07:59AM | 09/20/05
Member Since: 10/19/04
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The roof onm y house had a sagging area and it was leaking. I got a contractor fo fix the roof. He changed a rafter and couple of pieces of plywood and put new shingles. However, the new plywood is nto at the same level withe the rest of roof surface so the roof looks like it has waves, it is not flat. He said it was the original builder's fault and that it is not possible to do a proper job without major wood work that would cost thousands of dollars extra. Is this even remotely possible? I think it is a rip-off and I just wasted my hard earned money. Roofers I talked to said that they don't know how much is going to cost until they take down the old shingles and look underneath or they gave me a very high estimate to cover for any potential findings.

What a crap!



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