I have a leak in my roof and called a roofing company to check it out. They were here two weeks ago. I was told that the shingles are in good condition. There were a couple of loose spots in the flashing, but apparently the main problem was sealant that had deteriorated. (The roof is 9 years old.)
The roofer applied Solar Seal. Conditions at the time were dry, with temperatures in the mid-30s. It stayed that way for the remainder of the day but snowed overnight, and the snow did not melt off for several days.
The roof still leaks after rain or snow melt. Did the weather conditions keep the Solar Seal from curing properly? What conditions are necessary for successful application of Solar Seal? (minimum temperature, number of dry days after application, etc.) Or might the problem be something other than the sealant?