Thank you everyone for your input a few weeks ago regarding our roof.
Since my earlier post, the roofing contractor who had installed the room came out to assess the situation.
It appears the north side of the roof has moldy/warped plywood. I’ll attach a photo below.
At this point, the contractor is pointing to a ventilation problem leading to too much condensation/moisture build-up. The south side of the roof has many vents and according to their thoughts it should be enough ventilation for the attic space. A few years back when we purchased the home, a city inspector visited and thought that our attic ventilation would be adequate too. Nonetheless, we have a bubbly roof and warped plywood.
Now the the contractor is proposing sealing all the events and using a powered ventilation fan. Would you think this might fix the moisture problem?
I’m willing to replace the roof and moldy/warped plywood but I would hate for this problem to recur again in a few years. As is the house is only 7 years old.
Thank you again for your help.