I am getting a quote for a roof tear-off, and wanted to calculate how many existing roofs are on the house. The guy said there are 5 roofs, and I thought that I counted 3. Is there an easy way to deduce how many roof layers exist based on this cutout at a skylight in the attic?
There is a base wood shake layer, and the asphalt shingle layers. It appears to be 2 different colors for the asphalt shingle layers, which made me think it was 2 asphalt shingle roofs.
If you are knowledgeable in being able to calculate from this view, it would be hugely helpful. Thanks.