A pic of the rest.....
I think your eyes.:smile: I see some lifted edges of the shingles and no nail heads on the valley flashing? Image 3 is strange.
Although image 1, 9 oclock of the top piece of valley flashing, I think I'm seeing straight joint and maybe missing top layer?
Think, however, before you make it very awkward between the house owner and the contractor. You may have to become an expert witness.
Why would they stop the valley flashing before the edge of the shingles? That's what I was wondering, and why on top? Being on top, sure will be easy to add a little bit at the end, ha....
Since when do you start shingling a roof in the middle? ya, right?
Even that plumbing vent pipe looks to short to me. I just seen the boots, no stacks yet.
Who's idea was it to start the starter strip about 4" away from the outside edge of the roof? no idea.
No drip edging? nope.
I always make sure the underlayment wraps over the outside edges where the two different roofs meet. Easy enough to do if you're not a monkey...
There's no code required Storm and Ice Shield required in your area? I believe it's 3' from the edge up. These guys have it everywhere, but it all shredded and bits and added pieces...wow....
Where's the real building inspector when all this poop is going on? he doesn't come to check shingles here.
This roof is born to leak.
The row of shingles before the valley metal is common here, its lazy but newcon guys in Ontario are paid by the bundle.
Racking is again,lazy stuff typical on new work here.
The shingle work wont leak unless theres something I cant see, paper in bits and pieces means nothing.
Ontario code doesnt require paper except at the bottom, and only up to 8/12.
The roofing work isnt great, or anything outstandingly awful.
They install a row or 2 of closed or woven valleys,so they dont need to cut the metal.Thanks.
How about the valley flashing on top of the shingles?
They install a row or 2 of closed or woven valleys,so they dont need to cut the metal.
Very common, little lazy but if you ever need to clean your eaves it's kinda nice.