[quote=“AaronB.”]I read your post at the other site.
I still need to know who was supposed to make sure of the roof slope. If it wasnt in the roofer agreement, and youre the GC, then it is on you, unless the roofer agreement stated something along the lines of “to archiect’s specifications” Even then, did you enter into an agreement without any additional roof pitch in hopes to save a few bucks, also hoping that the existing pitch would be sufficient.
Water evacuation by drainage or evaporation would be key here.
72 hours is allowed by the mfg.[/quote]
the same GC did the new rafters and the plywood on the roof - he is also the one that “hired” the roofer. Im only the homeowner, my GC is doing all the hiring / work.
Im having a meeting tomorrow with the GC and my architect, hopefully all this will get somhow resolved… but as you mention, the only way to make this right is to get the roof pitched properly at the start… no idea why this is not the case as the whole roof covering (including the plywood) is all new… :x
Im was not trying to “save” any money, so Im baffled why all this would happen…
I’ll keep you guys posted to see what happens.
thank you, ssl