Somethings wrong here


#1

All right I know this supper ugly but is there actually anything this ?


#2

I wouldnt have used that type of valley metal in that section because it makes the flashing stick up
And blowing rain possibly could get under it.


#3

Your shingles were applied incorrectly, I’d wager the entire roof is done wrong.

That particular shingle is perhaps the most difficult to apply correctly, it’s still not that hard.


#4

It appears they reused all of the old flashings and valleys with the new shingle roof. That is why everything is not lining up correctly.


#5

Ya I’m just trying to help the guy out on the roof there is so much wakadoodle about this this roof I need to fix that flashing before he sells though


#6

The shingles aren’t correct either. You should NOT be able to see any joints between individual shingles.


#7

The old Presidential was tough to cut. I used a paper cutter on the roof. Works great. It’s not a beginners roof to install. I love the look, but hate installing them. Too much waste.


#8

Your very right I’m on the edge of telling this guy he needs a new roof because that’s all over


#9

Man, that wasn’t done well, by the looks of it.


#10

I finally know why it looks so bad he hired his Gardner to do the roof :weary:


#11

Wait! What? No wonder. :frowning:


#12

Have seen a few roofs installed by painters, never a Gardner, but pretty much same concept.

Defiantly wouldn’t recommend presidentials to anyone who is having anyone other than a roofer install their roof.