We just had a new torchdown roof placed on a 24x24 detached carport/garage. There was extensive rot of the decking at all 4 corners, as there was leakage around all the scuppers. All four corners were replaced with new decking. The fascia is 2x10 and the subfacia is 2x6. I’m attaching photos of rot that was not addressed on the subfascia at rafter end. I’ve questioned the contractor about it via email and sent photos. I’m awaiting his reply. But, being the average homeowner, I don’t know whether this is something that really should have been addressed during roof installation. To me, it should have been. I didn’t want any rot remaining. My initial contact with the company was via their “contact me” email on their website, so I don’t have a copy of my initial communication with them. But, I’m sure I stated I wanted all rot removed. So, question to community: Is this a deal? Should it have been replaced? The inspection is scheduled for next Friday (today is Saturday).
My roofing contract states they will “inspect the substrate to find dry rot or broken framing” and that “all dry rot and framing repair will be addressed” and that it would be at “an additional cost to this quote”. Hopefully my photos upload correctly. Thanks for any advice and opinions!