As a result of Hurricane Irma, my metal porch roof and plywood frame supporting the metal panels) was blown onto the main metal roof of my home. I called Carl because he advertised that he provided roof construction services in addition to a straight roofing job. After Carl conducted his assessment and we agreed on the quote he assigned one of his employees , who is licensed building contractor, and his assistant , to complete the necessary work. Unfortunately, I do not know much about construction, because I had no idea that the porch would have pools of water when the rains returned. Even with a light rain, water can be found on the porch floor. I spent hours caulking the porch floor, because this was not done properly by Carl's staff. When they rebuilt the metal roof it was so streamlined that I lost a total of 3 feet and one inch of metal roofing overhang. There is a 22" loss of roofing on one side and 15" loss on the other side of the porch. It's easily seen because the old flashing from the previous roof is still visible. When I texted pictures of my flooded porch floor to Carl he said there was nothing more he could do. I called Carl last week because the roof itself was leaking. He came out last Friday and saw the roof leak and told me that the "debris" ( a small amount of pine straw ) was the cause of the leak. After he left , I got on the ladder myself and saw that the old metal flashing from the previous roof was still there. The old flashing ( about 6 " wide was bent in a position that was conducive for rain water to flow under the new roof to cause the leak. I also noticed that the new flashing does not extend the enter length of the new porch roof. It ends about a foot short, which is where the recent leak occurred.