We had our new asphalt shingle roof installed yesterday. The work crew showed up at about 7:30 a.m. and worked until dusk to finish in one day, including the demolition of the chimney and replacing the rotted fascia on one side of the garage.
Could you provide an assessment of the installation? When I got my first look at it under the light of day today, I didn’t feel very good. The shingles appear lumpy and some of the edges are raised, including edges that butt up to the gutter guards. I have insufficient knowledge to be able to evaluate the job, or even know where to aim the camera.
The job was done in a single day, including tear-off, replacement of damaged decking, demolition of the chimney, valleys, replacing “turtle” vents with ridge vents, ice and water shield and clean-up.
I would very much appreciate some feedback from industry professionals. Advice on where to aim the camera would be welcome, too!
More lifted edges and lumps. Is that a nail under the shingle on the right?
One of several “ripples” visible–this one close to top left
Sample of shingles lifted by gutter guards…we are replacing the fascia on the house next.
Another section of visible edges