I did an inspection on a home that had a roof replaced recently, Noticed that some of the ridge cap shingles still had the plastic strip that covers the adhesive on the bottom of the shingle, and made a note that some of the ridge shingles were not adhered.
Roofer came out and said that strip did not need to be removed and the shingles were adhered properly.
Yes or no on that?
second area the shingles are not mechanically fastened and just stuck to a pile of tar under the eve. they said they did not find any “raised shingles per my report”
final picture is the drip edge does not "finish at the edge of the wall, and the plywood substrate is exposed. It is under an eve but still I would think it should be finished properly.
roofer stated that this metal was installed at the time of build ? not making any repairs
Ohh and the lovely job of fascia installation with exposed endgrain butt joints, roofer states was installed per existing.
Anyone think I should fight this?