There was a roof leak near the chimney. Hired a roofer to locate the leak and fix. They broke a bunch of tiles when they were trying to find the leak.
When it's done, this is the result.
To me it seem a bit sloopy. I know the color will not match because mine is 5 years old and color faded. However, because they reused some old tiled that were not completely broken, and didn't clean off the concrete blobs on the edges of those, when they put it back, they do not hug tightly to the old tiles, some tilt up a bit, some down a bit. You can see it on the first row from the chimney, the third pic.
While they fixed my tiles, as they walked around, they also broke about a dozen tiles. Is that something they should fix or that's something I need to fix (as there is no proof that they broke it) but I know they were not like this when they started the project. Even the guy who came to estimate the job, broke two tiles before I hired them.
I just want to know, would you consider this a sloopy job, or acceptable?
Question, if I want to fix the piece on the valley myself, and need to cut that triangular shape, can I use a 4.5" grinder with a diamond blade?