Here is the latest message to my roofer:
Thank you for having you’re crew come back and complete the areas of
concern. Ã‚Â However, one of the vent pipes is still leaking. Ã‚Â I thought a full vent cover was standard and would prevent any possible leaks when
doing a new roof. What would you suggest to remedy this leak?
As for the valley, Tamko hasn’t given me an answer whether it meets
their specifications. Ã‚Â I simply want the peace of mind that it does.
Unless done incorrectly, I see no legitimate reason not to have it
documented that the roof was done to Tamko specifications. Ã‚Â Will you
send me documentation stating that it does meet their specifications for
my 30 year warranty to be valid?
The valley on your house is CORRECT. It is a reverse valley. If someone said that it was incorrect it is because they don’t understand the process. We have had torrential down pours with no problems. If we had not installed a reverse valley their may have been. As far as your pipe, some pipes will have a crack in the cass iron or imperfections where the rubber gasket wraps around the pipe leaving a small gap that is not very easy to see with the naked eye. A decorative pipe cover works well against the imperfections of the out side of the pipe, but if the pipe has any fractures you may need to replace that area. Please call our office with any questions, emails to my personal email address are not checked everyday.
The vent pipes never leaked before.
Any thoughts on how to proceed?