A roof replacement is always the most expensive roofing projects, and its high price often prompts many homeowners to find cheaper ways to get the work done. They either find cheaper contractors or skimp on professional help completely and perform their own installation.
Unfortunately, the cheaper option isn’t always better. Most homeowners lack the knowledge and skills to pull off a complex project like this, and crooked contractors aren’t uncommon either.
Either way, these homeowners might find themselves with the quality of work they paid for – a poorly installed roof. A roof that was not installed properly can cause different problems in the future, from structural damage to more costlier roof work.
If you suspect that your new roof was poorly installed, here are a few tell-tale signs of new roof installation problems to help you know for sure: