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Opinions on the roof

  • 24-06-2022 7:06pm
    Registered Users Posts: 3

    We are getting some rennovations done on the garage, including a new roof. We noticed last week there was a sag along the ridge line. The builder assured us this was normal and he would wait until the ridge caps were up before jacking the roof and straightening the whole thing. I got home from work today and to me it looks like the caps are straight but the sag is still there. Looks like the ridge caps were just packed with mortar to raise them up in the centre. The builder told me it is absolutely perfect and structurally sound etc. My concern is could the roof be compromised? Is the slight sag a major concern or at this stage is it just unslightly to the trained eye? Appreciate any advice. Thanks in advance