Weds morning. My wife calls me into the bathroom, points to the ceiling and asks "Is that a wet spot?" I poke it to see if it is and my finger goes through. Go up into the attic. My wife notices we can see daylight around the waste water vent pipe, and I begin poking around at the insulation at the bottom of the pipe, which is right over where the west spot it. Wet insulation, followed by mold, followed by eroded sheetrock. I call 7 roof companies. 3 call back - one says they're all booked up, one says he needs to check the schedule and never calls back. Pros Home Services calls back and will have someone out to look at it the next day. I figure it's going to be a quick job - patch up the hole, maybe some work around the boot on the outside. Sander arrives the next day and takes a look. Turns out the hole was cut too big for the pipe. And the boot is wrong. It's not the simple (and cheap) fix I envisioned - it would be about $1900. And he doesn't really have anyone who can take care of it. However, he said he'd be able to get a temporary fix (ie, a tarp) in place ahead of the predicted rain, and a more permanent fix later. I agreed that was probably an acceptable course of action, and wrote a check to cover the deposit. Next day, my wife called me at work to say that two laborers were outside. Due to a language barrier, we weren't sure what was going on. Finally Sander came, straightened it all out and was able to fix the problem permanently. He also noted that there were other issues with the roof which could be summed up as substandard construction. He gave us an estimate to fix the problems, which we will be taking under advisement over the next year.