Three inches is a bit much.
However use a wider undercloak.
It will be more rigid.
Looks more like a leak somewhere.
What is the roof covering and any valley picture.
not 100 % correct, Correctly formed and fitted they can go under.
If he is known locally then it should be fine.. it's not difficult
That is perfectly ok. If done properly
grind out the chase and insert an additional flashing apron over all the lead in that area.. its badly done as it is
Water could get drawn sideways in time and rot your fascias and rafter ends.
Measure the tile gauge....
if you dropped the valleys in then you... If not op
bond in valley is wrong
If all the tiles and battens were stripped, then the new roof is not set out right.
of course you could call the manufacturers and ask for a site visit under guarantee.....
Headlap influenced by roof pitch .
As above , they should be broken bonded , which they are not.
Headlap is way less than it should be.
Flashing , a waste of time. Rip it off and...
Some of the underlay is creased and taught, battens poorly joined . Water will seep through nail holes if not done properly.
Some of those short...
Dreaming maybe, Do not know you so I cant say Crazy... but it could be on its way :)
You will be wasting your time. These valley troughs are prone to issues. You only know there is a problem when the felt underlay fails.
nearly tripped over my Olympus
looks like the underlay support tray is not fitted correctly. It is hanging right out into the gutter. hard to tell but the tiles maybe set a bit...
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