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I am afraid that the company who did the work is who is liable to you for damages and to make the repairs on breach of their warranty of workmanship. The problem with roofing companies is there are many fly by night operations and if the company you used went out of business
, the only recourse you have is going through your insurance to get them to pay for repairs or pay for the repairs out of your pocket.
Your warranty on the roof would be whatever is specified on your contract
with the roofer, if not there is a 6 month time (which of course would be likely waived if you prove you used reasonable means to locate them and could not do so) from when you discover the defect to give notice and you have to sue within 2 years of discovery. Of course, if they are out of business that does not help you. You need to check the state contractor licensing board and also the secretary of state's business registrations to see if you can locate the company through either of those.
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