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I had a new roof installed about a month ago, during the install the crew installed a ripped up shingle. When I pointed this out to the contractor after the job was done he said they usually do not recommend replacing these. Same thing when I pointed out several shingles that had granules scuffed off down to just the tar paper, he said I could put more granules on in those areas.
Seems to me he is just trying to avoid fixing the problem. Surely a ripped shingle on a new roof should be replaced?
 

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I had a new roof installed about a month ago, during the install the crew installed a ripped up shingle. When I pointed this out to the contractor after the job was done he said they usually do not recommend replacing these. Same thing when I pointed out several shingles that had granules scuffed off down to just the tar paper, he said I could put more granules on in those areas.
Seems to me he is just trying to avoid fixing the problem. Surely a ripped shingle on a new roof should be replaced?
Contractor is full of poo. Any shingles damaged during install should have been replaced before final payment
 
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