I am wondering what you guys would have to say in your report (if anything) about this situation. I can’t think of anything to back this up other than common sense and experience, but your opinions would be greatly appreciated.
New construction, Texas. 30 year arch shingle with step flashing and counterflashing present. When valleys terminate into vertical walls, especially in areas where the slope flattens out right at the wall, I regularly see leaks develop. Water and debris tend to rush down, the valley, slam into the wall, and pool in the flat area commonly leading to rusted flashing and early deteriroation of shingles, often leaks. There was already debris gathering.
If you have a minute, please take a look at the pics and let me know what you think? Would you personally comment on this in your report, and if so, what would you have to say? Thanks in advance.