This is a followup question to an earlier EPDM question I asked about an improperly installed EPDM flat, small, second story deck at my son’s house. Great tips and advice and the roofer is tearing out and reinstalling that part of the project tomorrow.
A second area of EPDM he had installed two weeks ago is over a bedroom. The roof is very low slope, but not totally flat. The roofer also used EPDM on that roof. The EPDM transitions to shingles with a 7/12 roof pitch.
I have attached a photo showing the transition point of that roof. I’d be interested in comments about how this transition was done. My research tells me this may not be done correctly. Sorry, it is the best photo I have.
Also, the second photo shows how the EPDM was rolled down the fascia and terminal bar screwed into the fascia. Is this the appropriate way to finish this edge detail?
Thanks again. I am just trying to see that my son gets a good, solid, weather tight roof over his head and doesn’t run in to more issues with the new
roof than he had with the old, which, I might add, was not
leaking but had reached the end of it’s useful life.