Water leak

Outside house, coming down from soffit over back door. No leak in house??? Any suggestions, where to look? Who to call to look?
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

Plumbing? One guess, without sufficient information, is gutters are full and rain water splashes back under roofing. Or an ice dam on the roof.
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

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This is a real problem. No snow or rain on roof, gutters not blocked. Above back door is bedroom and bathroom. No water used for a week but still have a water leak dripping down from soffit. Had compleat roofing torn off and new roof installed, no sign of water up there. HELP P.S. It hasnt rained for 2 weeks.
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On Apr 25, 9:59 pm, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

OP-
Please read your first & second post as if you knew nothing about the situation.
As person trying to make meaning from those posts, could you get a clear picture of the situation from those posts alone?
Getting a good answer requires that you accurately describe the situation.
where is the house? age of house? age of plumbing? recent freeze? recent work? how about a picture?
"No water used for a week " really?
Turn off the supply to the upstairs (or whole house if not possible to isolate upstairs) & see if the leak stops.
If that stops the dripping you probably have a fresh water leak.....time to expose the pipes & look for the source of the leak.
cheers Bob
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net says...

Did this start after the new roofing job, which presumably meant new gutters were installed or they were removed and placed back?
Even if it hasn't rained for two weeks, if a gutter is pitched wrong or insufficiently pitched, it may drip. Either from the outer edge or a corner of the gutter (I actually have that at the moment, the installer is going to return and set up with an added downspout), or into the soffit box where you see the drip.
Banty
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Check pipes. They are sometimes run overhead. I have that in my laundry area.
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

What about your A/C? It could be condensation water.
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