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"Bubbles" in new roof - is that normal?

Posted by Jana on May 30th, 2000 08:11 PM

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Hello everybody!
Earlier this spring, my roof was damaged by a storm. After a long fight with the insurance I got some money and I went off to look for a contractor. Because I did not get much from the insurance I could only afford the cheapest contractor. Well, I guess you get what you pay for. Anyway, here is my problem. My roof was re-done with Owens-Corning asphalt shingles. Now I noticed, that my roof looks very uneven, like if there are airbubbles under the shingles. I'm sorry, I don't know how I should describe it, but if it was wallpaper, I would say there are air bubbles under the wallpaper. Now my question is if this is normal. Is this due to what the roofer did or did not do, or might there be another problem. The same contractor was also supposed to put new siding on the gables. When I went to my attic this afternoon, I noticed that light is coming in. Does that mean that the contractor did not seal any joints?
Any info, tip, hint, advice is greatly appreciated.

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