What would you FL guys do in this situation?
I did an inspection about a month ago, older home, was just toe-nailed…
Roof was at end of life, so I told the client that when the roofers replace the roof, they should pay a little extra to have clips installed to save $$ on insurance. (which now is very significant, can be a couple thousand a year just for clips vs nails)
Here is how the roofers installed the clips, and finished the roof…
I did not inspect during the process, didnt even know it was being done, until the realtor sent me the pics to update the wind mit report.
What do you see wrong?
The wind mit form does not specifically ask how the clips are installed, it just asks if the clips are installed to the truss with 3 nails, and attached to the top plate… wondering if I should just submit it and see if the underwriting says anything about it?