I inspected a home that was built in 1983. Indications were that a wood shake roof was installed when the home was built. The roof had been replaced with concrete tiles (not sure when, no information available from Realtor, buyer or permit). There was an indication that the roof on the right side of the home appeared to have bowed slightly in the center from top to bottom. The galvanized gutter on the right front of the home appeared to be out of alignment, directing water towards the center of the gutter. The interior ceiling in this area was vaulted, so, of course, no attic to check the structural support. There was no collateral damage observed in the ceiling or the drywall. I suspect that the weight of the concrete tiles may have caused the bowing and gutter issue. What are your thoughts and how would or should you report this? I have attached pictures. Thank you.
By the way, the back side of this roof attic was accessible with 2x8 wood joists, 16" OC. There were no indications of problems on the backside in the attic. The roof was a salt box gable style.