I got a new roof about a year and a half ago. Everything is great -the roof is sound, ice and water dam applied, drip edge overlaps gutters - except one spot less than a foot wide. The issue is that during heavier/longer rains, water starts dripping down the front and back of the fascia board.
It’s happening on a part of the roof that has a shallow pitch, and where two pieces of drip edge are overlapping. It looks like the pieces were overlapped correctly, and they overlap by a few inches. However, because of the shallow pitch it looks like water curves around the roof edge a little and sits there, allowing water to get in the seam where the two pieces meet, and possible work it’s way behind the gutter and into the fascia.
Is there anything I can do about this? I’ve called the roofing company, who was great with another issue I had after the new roof was put on, but they have been slow to respond. I was thinking of buying some caulk/sealer used for gutters and covering/filling the drip edge seam. Would that do anything?
Thank you for any help you can offer.