So our builder is just about finished with the construction of our vacation cabin. Its an A frame chalet style cabin with the main roof having 10/12 pitch. Our builder had me drive the 5 hours over from where we live to oversee some final land work and he had wanted me to do the final walk through. When I arrived the first thing I see is the roof. I mentioned it appeared there was a wavy appearance to the roof and he did not really even address my comment. Only after I had my father in Law another local contractor stop by and also immediate point it out did I go back and asked the builder again. He was saying the roof is not sagging but he does think the trusses had a bit more arc to them then they should have which is what is causing it to look this way.
So my question to all of you and your professional opinions, how do I go about this? Could it actually be the trusses causing this and if so how would it be rectified?
I assume you all agree this should not be the way a roof looks on a newly constructed home, especially a home in an area that will receive a good amount of snow load in the winter base don where the cabin resides.
I have a few other pictures I could share but with me being a new user to this site it only allows me to post one picture.