Thanks in advance for taking the time to read through this post - 3 part question:
I just had a new roof installed.
Complete tear off.
I specifically asked the roofer before starting about
- will ice and water shield be used - response = yes
- I need to replace some fascia - will I be able to do that after new roof installed - response =yes
neither of these ‘questions’ were in the contract…my bad I know…however looking for any advice on following:
Should drip edge be nailed to roof underlayment or through top of fascia?
I remove my first piece of fascia to repair and with it I ended up bending the brand new drip edge since it was nailed through top of fascia…this is the reason I asked the guy whether or not I’d be able to replace the fascia after he put on the new roof-----so is it nornally nailed to the fascia…if so what do you recommned now that I have the new roof to fix the rotten fascia
2.No ice nor water shield was installed along eaves(just normal tar paper)…I live in Kansas City…so I think this would at minimum be recommneded…not sure if its code…but I did check the Malarkey website and it is in their install guide if the area may have an ice dam which is fairly common in Kansas city…any recommendations?
- My 2 bathroom tubs are now draining extremely slowly…Im assuming some debris or a rag or something ended up in the vent pipe or he somehow choked off the air…
overal this is not a vrey professional job but Im looking for recommendations before I call him as to best way to handle the situation.
Saving grace is I have not yet paid…
Thanks in advance for any replies
frustrated and angry in KC