1. He roofed right over the swamp cooler legs instead of removing the legs and then putting the roofing underneath them. Now I have little teepee like or vulcano shaped mounds made out of bent shingles going up around the legs along with gobs of some sort of roofing sealer plastered all around legs. When the day comes that I have to replace the swamp cooler, I'm obviously going to have to tear off part of the shingles and then do some sort of a repair job. He also did the same thing with my satellite dish antenna. So, I'm never going to be able to get it off either without tearing off some shingles, etc.
2. Removing the Shingles made a helluva mess in my yard. I did raise a lot of Cain with those guys before they left in order to get most of it picked up, but there is still some left and there are also pieces of shingles in the rain gutters. The normal method of cleaning up was obviously to use a rake and then any pieces that weren't picked up by the rake were left for the homeowner. The problem is that this leaves one helluva a lot of asphalt shingle pieces in my yard that range in size from a dime to a dollar and even larger. In addition, there's no way to be sure that all of the nails have been picked up. So, you never know for sure if a child, for instance, could wind up with a nail in his foot someday.
My two questions are, do I have legitimate complaints about the workmanship and even if the roofer lifts the legs of the swamp cooler and takes the antenna off and does it right will the patchwork repair job he does on the shingles be acceptable?