Hello, so I am concerned with several areas of our new roof. We just had the roof replaced after a hailstorm and used a reputable local company. I had concerns with some uneven edging (the metal appears to be bent up pretty bad in spots) and some raised shinges, but they told us these would lay down after a few days of hot weather. Also to note, these shingles were not put on the top of the old shingles, we watched them remove all the under layer, put a new sheeting stuff down, then re-shingle with the new architect shingles.
Well, I live in Louisiana and it's June, so we've had about a week and a half of 90+ degree days, most of which have full sun and HOT, and the shingles I've had concern with are just as "popped up" as they were before, still no improvement. My husband wants to believe them and thinks this will flatten out in time, but I have major concerns that if it has not flattened out already, it will not and that they need to fix these issues manually as I do not believe they will just fix on their own in time. I am certainly NOT a professional roofer however, so wanted to get your opinions on if this looks normal, or if I should press them to fix these items, as they certainly do NOT look normal to me and none of my neighbors houses which also have architectural shingles, seem to have these issues.
Here is a spot of raised shingle on the side of our house: