Hey guys. I pretty much know the answer to my question but am looking for some validation. We did a wind mitigation inspection on a client’s home (gable roof with concrete block walls) after a new roof was just put on. The roofer cut out the perimeter decking to “add proper strapping” to the roof-to-wall connection. They used a USP strap that says it is only good for wood to wood connections on the strap-makers website. Also, it was connected to the concrete wall via a tapcon that was over 1.5" away from the truss. Just looking for a little help to ensure this is incorrect and will not meet the requirements set out in the minimal conditions for roof-to-wall connections.