I am hoping that the experts here can share their thoughts and advice.
It’s been about 10 days since we got our new roof - tear off old 3 tab shingles, instal new Landmark shingles, decking and ventilation checked and declared by roofer to be in good shape.
As seen in the sample pictures, the new shingles appear to be uneven, raised and fishmouthing in many places. The old 3 tab shingles had no such issues.
I was told after installation that the shingles will flatten down ‘in 3 to 4 days’ but that obviously has not not happened.
Besides the performance/longevity concern if they don’t seal properly, it doesn’t look good either the way it is now.
I am wondering at this point what the next steps should be. Any thoughts/advice will be greatly appreciated.
Some other information that I thought might be helpful:
The shingles were stored on the roof for a few days prior to install along with the synthetic underlayment. Most shingles seemed to be on wooden pallets although one stack of bundles might have been placed directly on the ridge.
We have had a mixture of sunny, overcast and rainy days prior to the install and since the install, with overnight temps as low as mid 30s and daytime temperatures warming up to between 50 and 70 degrees. Weather is of course now turning colder.
Day of install was sunny with temps warming up to 60s after being in the 30s overnight.
Thanks for reading and for taking the time to share your thoughts.