We are having a roof installed on our 2000 square foot ranch. Shingles were delivered on Thurs April 26th and stacked along the front ridge of our home. The entire span across 3-4 high bent over ridge. In the last few days we have noticed serious cracking on our vaulted ceiling in the great room. To the point where you can make out some full pieces of drywall as the cracks go all the way around. Also a saucer sized water spot and some brown around cracks. The worst cracks are at the peak it seems but are all over the ceiling. I learned that it’s a lot of weight to be sitting on the peak. The job is about 1/2 way done.
I contacted the company over the weekend and they are coming to meet me tomorrow. I am not sure what I need to ask about. We have a trussed rood which I can’t see the trusses due to the vaulted ceiling. I am certain they will offer to fix cracks, however, should I have any concerns about the trusses and if they have been compromised. What should I request is done to check. Would the building department help me? My neighbor suggested calling my homeowners insurance, though I am not sure that is necessary. By the way the shingles are still sitting there, they did not move them. They are over 1/2 my roof directly over the great room.