Hello guys. I have finally found a contractor with a license, referrals, a long term business history, and a clean BBB, and a fair market price.
He said that the reason that the rain run off is going between the drip edge and the fascia is because the fascia is higher than the roof deck. He wants to send a carpenter out here to trim down the fascia before installing the new roof. This will be a separate charge.
Is this a standard procedure in the industry? Will it affect my home negatively? How is this better than replacing the fascia altogether?
Also, they only offer an 18 month labor warranty. Is this standard? Most contractors offer a five year warranty. However, I have heard and am a witness that even though they offer the long warranty, it does not mean that they will honor it.