I seem to remember that a hot attic was enough to oxidize (burning process)
the wood over a long period of time. There were some suits, but I don't
know how they came out.
I'd replace both sides, rather than wait for the other one to fail.
Covered by WHAT? Plywood does NOT come with any warranty. I doubt
the roofers who installed it covered materials as well. Suck it up,
it is going to come out of YOUR wallet if it needs to be replaced
Suck this updude, defective manufactured products do maintain a liability!
It may come out of my pocket, but they will pay!
The National Association of Home Builders even told me your dumber then snot
before you run your suck do some homework.
Thanks to all the helpfull folks and the asswipe trolls can give themselves
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