Inspected the attic for moisture as well as truss and sheathing structural integrity. There are no issues. There are no broken,
cracked or missing shingles and they shouldn’t need to be replaced for another 2 years. Some curling is evident but looks
worse from ground level than on the roof. The shingles that have lifted can be tacked back down with some Instapatch when the
weather gets warmer. Flashing needs to be installed under the shingles at the west eaves to redirect water into the gutters. This will prevent water from dripping onto the sidewalk and causing a slipping safety hazard during freezing weather.
Flashing is on site for this activity. There was lots of evidence of mice and wasps in the attic. It is unknown at this time if the rodents are still active.
Glen and Rusty