Metal roof issues

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I had a metal roof put on a couple of summers ago. The first winter we had leaking. The snow was blowing into the attic where the pitch of the roof changed. After further inspection, I found that you can see daylight not only at the change in the pitch, but also at the peak. I also found that when the old shingles were removed, the metal was placed directly on the old roof boards that were left after the roofing material was removed. A lot of the screws go through the metal and don't hit anything. My questions is -- can we pull the metal off and reuse them. I would like to get this done correctly -- the second time!
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
A qualified and experienced metal roofing contractor should be able to remove these and re-install them, re-using most of the panels provided they have not been badly damaged in some way
Eric Novotny
An informed customer is the Best Customer!
+1 to Todd's assessment. My only caveat would be that I would not be surprised if the were installed improperly and therefore eliminate their ability to be re-used or even removed carefully.

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