I just had an inspection done on a contracted house and the inspector said that he could see that there is slight sagging with a couple of rafters since the code back in the 80's in NJ was to use 2 x 6's. In order to fix the issue, he suggested that we could sister the rafters to keep them stronger. He feels that the roof may be a potential issue in the next 5+ years if nothing is done. Is this a quick fix? or can it work long term since the rafters do not need to be raised at this time?
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