Well, we had to DIY due to monetary concerns, but thought you all might like this none the less
this is what it started as:
the stripping, note the nails
gee wonder why the skylights leaked
it had a whole 1 inch of insulation, increased to 3 1/2
airspace and plywood, more ice and water
new cedar facia
I liked the copper slip over vent flashings, so I kept them
So, lots of ice and water, two layers of grace underlayment, still need to finish the chimney and skylight flashing, bit I think it came out well.
The back is going to be EPDM.
Cannot tell you how much stiffer the roof is now. Originally 3x6 laminated t&g, now has a perimeter of screwed down PT 2x4 and a whole new deck, it moves much less.
If anyone had cared to strip the roof right even once it would not have been so leaky.
Or mount skylights correctly, I believe curb mounts are the only way to go on this roof style. perhaps on this pitch.
Even the very nice copper chimney flashing was put on without cleaning down to the deck, still old lead under, pounds of silicone.
Oh, and I&W is useless stuck on top of foam…