Today I had a new roof installed and two skylights replaced on my house. The roofer insisted on installing the new skylights because the old ones showed signs of wear and that it had been repaired before.
Early this morning I got a call from the roofer asking me if it's okay to remove the attic fan because it wouldn't be needed with the new ridge vent they would be cutting in the roof. I let them remove it because it made sense the way he explained how the attic and roof would vent with the new ridge vent.
Anyway, let me get to why I am posting this message:
I've gone outside two times to check on them to make sure everything was going ok. This last time I go out and I notice a VELUX skylight laying in the grass, but it looked different than the one they had already installed. So I asked the foreman about the skylight and he said they were to small, so they have to use different ones. I thought that was weird that they didn't call me or knock on the door. So I go inside the house to take another look at the ones they installed and it looks like isn't flush with the drywall like the old ones were. In fact it looks like it's slightly bigger.
So I called the owner of the company to ask him about the skylights and he proceeds to tell me that he was just out at my house and that he didn't think I was home. At this point I am upset because I told him yesterday that I was going to be home all day and he had called me earlier to ask me about the attic fan. So he and I go back and forth for a while and he's telling me how they installed the skylight and that he saw it and it looked fine. He also said what I was looking at was totally cosmetic.
So I get my step ladder out and this is what I see from the inside:
My concern is not whether or not it's installed correctly from the outside, it's whether or not it's installed correctly from the inside. Does this look right, is it installed correctly? I am worried about the area where the drywall meets the plywood of the roof. Will the attic vent back into the house or vice versa?