From what I've learned of roof leaks, you ought not try to patch it from
indoors. Then, the water will collect in the ceiling and create worse
I'd patch it the roof. Or clear indoor floor, and put down buckets. Put a
towel in the bucket, so the water doesn't bounce, splash up and out.
Christopher A. Young
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I live in an apartment, and the living room ceiling near the deck has a
rain leak: During the biggest rainstorms, some water drips down onto my
carpet from one particular spot on the ceiling. There's a stain on the
ceiling there too.
I've had the maintenance people in my apartment twice, but so far they
have failed to fix the problem. They'll have to try again next week.
While they're still trying to figure it out, is there some *temporary*
fix I can use to stop the water from dripping from the ceiling every
time there's a big storm?