The one thing we had to contract out because we need a windstorm certification - the flat roof. It used to be pebble & tar. The hurricane blew the pebbles and we had a bubble in one area and it started to leak on the overhang of the house. We waited on this roofer because he has the best reputation and we know he works with the engineer who certifies the roofs. The roof was fixed on Nov. 3. This is the first rain we've had. It leaked.
I should have had a clue when they undertook repairing the the underside overhang with an interior paneling that we're salvaging to use in the sunroom.
Here are the pictures. Insuffient flashing, the roof dips because they failed to replace the decking - they shimmed in a board - didn't take that down yet.
Am I being unreasonable? I paid $1,400 for a 200 sq ft room.