There are so many inequalities taking place where roofing labor is involved. Today's labor force is notorious for blatantly failing to replace your bad wood, they simply just avoid doing it to get your roof done fast in their own best interest. Simply put, crew leaders get paid a fixed amount by the contractors to provide your labor, they pay their labor by the day (Day Pay). When wood rot is present it can create an extra day or more of work costing the crew leader hundreds of dollars because of the time to repair, so in his eyes it's in his own best interest to cover that area before the homeowner or a contractor rep sees it thus leaving you holding the bag. Out of sight out of mind, right? WRONG... down the road when you go to sell your home and a potential buyers home inspector locates the shortcut you will pay again! Let us get it right the first time here are just a few scenarios we will help protect you from.