You guys are right, thanks for the feedback. I'll remove what are essentially just complaints from last time and expect that their new work will meet code/manufacturer instructions. I will insist on true 3/8" head nails, that the insufficient decking is repaired, and that they somehow remedy all the extra nail holes in the tops of the fascia boards/drip edges from the initial crew's gutter guard mess up (they bent it out of the way and then unsuccessfully tried to nail it flat again).
If you can't tell already, I was astonishly disappointed with the quality of work of the subcontractors they hired, but they will be sending their own crew this time. They did a decent job on many of my neighbors' roofs, so the results should be dramatically better. And I'll talk with the inspector about checking on it in progress.
They've said that they will cover a certain amount of new decking, but if we go over, any idea how much extra per sheet of OSB is normally charged?
before rates went up
I was told for about a 2000 sq ft house,,
one story, not much pitch
To Re deck would cost $5000