I recently had a new roof put on my home in Phoenix. I had a few minor nits that they corrected but there is one issue that's bothering me. The owner of the roofing contractor has told me that what they did is the "right way to do it".
The problem is with the diagonal trim piece in the center of the first image. It appears to me that the tiles above that trim piece were cut too short; they no longer extend past the trim. The valley in the tile that's above that trim piece is below the level of the trim piece and funnels the rain down behind it.
They did this on both sides of the roof over the sliding glass door, so I have this issue in two spots.
Is this really the "right way to do it"?
Thank you in advance for any comments & suggestions!