Found this in today’s inspection. I consider it a non-professional flashing. My thought is that water can get beneath the attempted apron flashing on the side thus nullifying the application. I was hoping for some insight as to what I’m looking at. My current commentary is “Flashing installed in a non-professional manner. No guarantees can be made to the quality or durability of work performed. Recommend evaluation by a qualified roofer.”
Ever hear the terminology… “…Expressed or Implied…”?
(Russell Cloyd, KY LIC #166164, IN LIC#HI02300068)
Looks as though the flashing was an after thought. Perhaps after they developed a leak at that location. Clearly an amatuer installation that I would recommend be evaluated by a qualified roofing contractor.
Actually, yes, I have heard the terminology “…Expressed or Implied…” . Why?
As I mentioned to Brian “I never considered the counter implication of the statement.” My statement to Brian would imply (express, but not directly express) that I had not considered the application of a warranty on things not specifically mentioned.