So I know that when a roof is loaded with architectural shingles prior to installation, you're not supposed to lay them over the ridge, but instead lay they remain flat and use toekick boards to prevent them from sliding off. (Not laying over ridge is a precaution on page 1 of the install instructions for my shingles.)
I made certain with my roofer that this would be done. The delivery crew arrived with toeboards, started, and I could hear them being hammered in. Great.
Went out when they were done to find that they made a "judgment call" to lay half the shingles over the ridges.
Should I demand replacement?