In my experience you always have to allow for shrinkage. If you properly allow for shrinkage then the problem doesn't occur so its not standing out. So in essence its not a shrinkage problem, its a poor planning problem.
Shrinkage is typical and should be expected. It's more prominent in residential roofs.
Am I the only one that thought about Seinfeld after reading this? Shrinkage only happens when the water in the pool is cold.
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