Hurricane Wilma did great things for roofers in South Florida. As a consumer, it’s frustrating when your roofer has stories for why your permit wasn’t issued but others were. After waiting 2 months for a permit to be issued, I sent a letter to cxl the contract. Somehow that got my permit issued right away. My roofer started my roof while I was out of town at a funeral. I got the sad message from my neighbor - I have really bad news for you. I guess it rained when they were working on the roof. One bedroom had over 50% of the ceiling down and the dining room had a large open hole to the rafters. Part of a wall in the bedroom is falling down. There are water spots in the living room that weren’t there before.
The flat roof they replaced leaks terribly. The front of my house looks like the ocean - evidently the house has settled but according to my roofer he didn’t need to replace the decking. So I agreed to pay to replace the decking on the entire front of the house - a month ago. It’s continuing to rain so I’ve been waiting for sunny days so they could continue with the job. Two sunny days later and no roofers and I’m beginning to be concerned. The tin cap passed but with issues. The inprogress failed since they nailed improperly. I’ve given no money yet to this roofer.
Is this just part of the business or do you who are in this business think that I should be concerned?