My whirlybird squeaks like a cat is in the attic in constant pain


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a cat is in the attic in constant pain and grief. And, I'm slowly losing my sanity!

I wish I had the courage to get on my what I consider to be a steep roof to fix it. It either needs new bearings or an adjustment. Maybe I'll just have to suck it up and get up there? I could die but at least the pool is there so I can fall into it albeit it is kind of shallow.

Do people out there actually fix these things? I know some contractor would replace it and part of your roof but to hell with them! ARGH! Need someone bonded and insured, though. I'm not letting just anyone go up there to fall and sue me.

If you ever get your roof replaced, then make sure they are using quality whirlybirds instead of junk if applicable.