I would like to thank everyone for responding! i went ahead and talked
to him.he had told me he was doing that way so all the shingles would
be laid the same way, no I am not kidding! I literally had to climb the
ladder and show him how other roofs look and to lay the shingles the
way of the slope.
It took several minutes of repeating myself, but he went ahead and
corrected it. Its looks really nice now. I just assumed he knew which
way the shingles should be laid.
on a tangent, in august/sept I'd had the roof on the house done by a
"roofer", not going to trama/drama of that, but i was tapped out of
cash to the roof done by a pro, so i took a chance on my handyman, and
he wound up doing a good job after that misdirection.
But anyway, I just wanted to say that I am glad the roofs were done
when they were. with asphalt being a petroleum by product, there is not
telling how much they will be in future, and as for the wood sheathing.
the entire roof on the house needed wood sheathing. in august the OSB
was 9 dollars a board for 44 boards, by the time I bought the 6 boards
for the shed after the gulf tragedy, it was 15-17 dollars a board.