I am annoyed to be blunt and throwing my hands up and asking for help. Flat roof. Mod bit. Needs to reach a R-Value of 30, got 5" of the ISO boards approved(I am a supplementer) and now I am having trouble figuring out the best way to supplement the raising of the fascia to match the 5" of ISO. I am not construction savvy and this specific project manager wants me to ask Liberty Mutual for:
a 1x4" nailer board around the perimeter
a 2x2" stacked nail board TIMES 3…3 separate line items or multiple the perimeter x 3(which will confuse adjusters I think)
and fascia board 6-8" around the perimeter
I have a sales manager who is experienced in roofing saying it’s excessive and there is a better way to line item it out for insurance(because ISO, as we already know, IS EXPENSIVE) and a production manager and his project manager saying it’s totally legit. There are 2 sides and I am caught in the middle!
…is this excessive? what is REASONABLE to ask to insurance? I understant something is needed so that we are not screwing drip edge and gutters into the side of the iso board. I am not trying to gouge the insurance company. I need sensible line items and am a noob with this issue. HALP!
Thanks in advance for anyone who takes the time out to answer!