I have a question(s) I’d like to ask here, because I have no one to turn to.
I had an insurance claim for my roof last year, and the guy from insurance quoted that 8.61 SQ roof needs to be torn off, and 9.67 SQ new shingles put down. My house is 780 sq ft total. The main area of the house was prbly smaller before the addition was put in (it’s now dining area of the house, of the size of about 8x10 sq ft or so
), but the total sq footage is 780 sq ft. The slope of the roof is between 7/12 and 9/12. When I look at the quote from insurance, I don’t understand if this addition was included or not. Btw, the addition has rolled roofing on it.
I put my house on sale about a month ago, and this little area turned out to be a headache after the inspection. I’m obviously no pro when it comes to these things, but even I can tell that that area was not touched by the roofing company.
I called the sales guy from the company to come check it out, and he did come, but after he checked he said that that little area was not included in the quote.
Can somebody please help me understand if he’s made an idiot out of me, or if he was saying the truth. As I said, I don’t really understand these things and don’t know how to calculate this and figure out by myself, so any help/ advuce would be appreciated. Please see attached photo of the original quote done by insurance (the ine from roofing company has exact same numbers on it).