Today’s tile roof had a couple of things I have not seen before.
The home was built in 2006.
(Photo #2 & #3) are the sides of the front entry. The tiles do not go all the way to the wall leaving underlayment is exposed. Also notice the exposed wood batt.
The tiles are secured onto wood batts with one fastener. The 2006 IRC says in areas with wind speeds over 100 MPH the tiles shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions.
The tiles have two pre-drilled holes in them and are secured with only one fastener. I cant find any manufacture installation instructions that talks about fastener requirements in area with wind speeds over 100 MPH.
Should the tiles have two fasteners in each tile? I also found numerous tiles that were lacking fasteners all together.
Photo #1, are exposed fasteners about three rows up from one of the eaves.
Any input would be much appreciated, thanks in advance.
Thanks in advance for your help.