Just had a roof job done last week on a "project" house that we're getting restored. The entire roof needs to be replaced, but our main concern was to get the "bad" side of the roof repaired for now. After job was complete, we could see small areas of 'daylight" through the roof while we were inside the house.. Roofer said that was ok and that we'd see that there would be no leaks after a rain. (Contract proposal included all labor, materials, insurances, permits and cleanup.) We are senior citizens with a fixed income, so we dug deeply in our pockets to get this work done. We had already lost money to another contractor (who has since had at least 4, maybe more, instances of residential contractor fraud filed against him, as well as taking advantage of the elderly). I digress...so if the roof were done properly, would we be able to see daylight through the roof?