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Customer probably complained it was leaking, too.
Ah Hah! So that's why the entire Smith family was discovered unresponsive in their beds and cherry red.
Licensure doesn't insure competency, but references do.Anybody can buy a license.Merit buys reference.Further, the nitwit is putting new shingles over old.Shingles are very heavy and the added weight will exceed the safe capacity of the trusses or rafters, potentially voiding homeowners insurance if a fire or collapse occurs. In less than a year I would expect drywall ceiling cracks and above the headers on exterior doors and windows. Saving money can be costly.
Any roof I have done goes on a complete tear off.I think the code for my area is three roofs.Gotta tear it off after the thrid.
A son of mine who does carpentry and re-modeling, also buys homes to re-hab and re-sell and he says he runs into garbage repairs like the one in that photo all the time. It always pays to get yourself or a friend up on a roof when having one put on. Or at least in the attic if you can to see if the holes are even cut
I have often said of prior owners of homes I have owned or worked on that if they could do a great job for $100, or a crap job for $95, they will go for the crap job every time.
We have an oil-field saying: Fast, Good, or Cheap: You can two but not all three (i.e., if it's Fast & Good, it's not Cheap, and if it's Fast & Cheap, it's not Good). In the Caribbean, the Chinese have a saying: Good T'ing no Cheap, Cheap T'ing no Good.
My father was a house painter as a side profession. Customers would ask for a "Good, cheap Job." Dad; "Pick one."
That's a t-shirt in the motion picture industry:GoodFastCheapPick any two.
As stupid as installing shingles over shingles.
I wish I could upload the picture. My girlfriend had a power vent installed in her attic. Except the unit installed was for the side of the house, not the roof; first heavy snowfall crushed it. To run power to the fan, instead of drilling through the sheet metal and installing a grommet they pulled the screening off the end and pushed the wire through. She was complaining about bees in the attic, I took a look. The bees loved their new home.