Apologies for the double post.
Recently had a roof repaired in a 1920 home with plank style decking. There is at least 50 maybe a 100+ nails going into only the roofing company’s underlayment and not the wood. This is because the wood planks are not snug therefore a lot of nails would go through if a nail/s caught the missing plank’s line. The roof has passed inspection, surprisingly. The inspector didn’t even go inside to look at the roof underneath. I don’t think this roof is attached or nailed correctly but the company is saying the job is done since it’s passed inspection and insurance has also provided their monies. To add, they’ve now placed a lien on my property for the insurance monies amount! This has been a rather expensive roof, it seems like the quality of work was very low and I don’t feel they’ve installed this roof properly at all but I’m just a dude and it’s passed inspection! There’s been MANY other problems with installation too. Not asking or trying to pull anyone into a legal situation but WHAT DO I DO?!