The next issue with the roof is the complete lack of aluminum drip edge on all of the rake edges of the roof. I have never seen a roof done like this in our area. Drip edge is like $5 for a 10' piece. What a lousy way to save forty bucks! Now the inch of unsupported shingles overhanging the edge will likely curl and sag over time. We are not happy about this and have emailed our PM for a resolution. Of course it is too late to install it easily and correctly without taking up the shingles around the edges but we'll see what happens.
Another major issue is a missing ridge vent over the morning room. The plans specifically call for one and it is not there. No cut out in the sheathing for it and the roof has been shingled right over where it goes. That we discovered today so we will have to bring that one to PM's attention as well.
Finally, the step flashing that gets installed at the roof/sidewall connection between the back wall of the house and the morning room roof is missing for about 6 feet along the edge of the roof. It's there along the top and bottom, but missing in the middle and of course all of the shingles are installed so, it's going to be difficult to get it installed correctly at this point.
So far we have been very pleased with the work of the concrete guys and the framers, but we are disappointed with the cut-rate roofing job/crew they used. Hopefully our PM will make things right...
One other thing we noticed is a crack in the edge of our front door. We are going to request a new door be installed. Who wants a cracked door in a brand new house?