04:00PM | 02/20/14
I watch the worker's personally rip off the old roof at least 4 roof's install 75lb fiberglass base sheet, pull off all old capping and replace they did use alumiun, first the 2in the covered it with 6 in long story short 2 hr's after they got done it started snowing and lowest point of the roof started coming down ib bucket where 2 sheet's of dry wall, fell must of leaked 10-20 gallon's they eventually came back spent 6hr's re-sealing everything as they said the prob was it started snowing right after they got done,they would of got done the day before but because there was so many layer's of roof they had too reomove filled a whole dumpster they had too spend 8 ht's removing the old 1 btw this is a flat roof,my question is is there anything I can look 4 on the roof, too make sure they didn't miss anything they spend 3 whole day's working, I picked up all the material at there wholesaler and it was 1700 dollar's this is a 1200 sq roof


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