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  1. Found a couple of good Roofing contractors, using a combo of the ideas from this thread. The existing roof was "Roma" tiles and apparently they aren't made any more. There are 11 broken tiles on the roof at the moment, and the 35 year old, 30lb underlay, is potato chip brittle. It's a 1500sq ft, roof and the contractor is suggesting pulling the old tiles off, and replacing with Eagle "malibu" tiles and metal high temp self adhering underlayment. Any thoughts here about his choice of materials? What other questions should I be asking? Thanks for the help. It can get overwhelming being in an s
  2. If something is simple and straightforward it is banned in the HOA rules here. The HOA covers the ground landscaping, the exterior paint and the outside and inside water, and the driveway paving. The rest is on the owner. It's a learn as you go for this 70+ year old, first time buyer.
  3. Maybe I'm crossing some sort of forum lines with this, but I could really use some help. I am about to close on a condo, in Northern California, with a 35 year old concrete tile roof. I have had a home inspection, a pest inspection and a roofing inspection. All 3 had different opinions about the roof. The home inspector found suspected leaks around flashing. evidenced by appearance of plywood in the attic and slipped tiles. The pest inspector says parts of plywood under roof, in attic were able to peel off in his hand. The roof inspector, didn't look in attic and said roof looked okay, discolo
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