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This is also a story about an atrocious roof installed by Eagle Construction. Did the Better Business Bureau, Better Contractor's Bureau, NARI - National Association of the Remodeling Industry, GAF Materials Corporation (GAFMC), or the Democrate & Chronicle newspaper do anything to help the consumer? Amy wants to share what she has learned to help other consumers not make the same mistakes she made.
This is the Shingle-Mate sample packet that I was given. Please take notice this sample has no white or lighter layer in the interior of the felt. Scroll down so you can see where I tore open the corner, and added a dotted line to help identify where I folded it back.
This is a piece of what was installed on my roof. Notice it has the light layer throughout, and this tarpaper seems to be thinner and less wrinkle resistant than the Shingle-Mate sample.
told GAF that I did not agree to any substitution of materials, and
requested that GAFMC analyze this sample, then report their findings to me. I asked, "Why didn't I get stock that
matched the Shingle-Mate sample I was given?"
Which one is truly Shingle-Mate? What is on my roof? Why did this happen? Who