We are having a house built and as part of our original contract, we extended the back bedroom. From the outside, that room has it's own minipitch that connects to the large part of the roof, but from the inside something is not right. The larger part of the roof comes down to where the original wall would have been before the extension....then the roof is flat at 8ft height where we extended it (4ft out). The giant roof trusses that go all the way to the peak of the house (above the bonus room) are not resting on an cinderblock wall.... they are attached to the mini trusses in the flat part of the extended wall. This is confusing to explain, but here is a picture from the outside and you can see the extended room on the right. The extension on the left is the 3rd car garage. On the inside picture, you can see the major roo pitch come to just outside the window and then a flat part 4ft wide to the outter wall. Should this have passed framing inspection? Did the builder do this correctly? Originally he explained to us that the wall would start at 8ft and then vault like the other bedrooms. Then after the trusses were put on, they explained to us that the ceiling in that room was a detail no one thought of!!