I recently had my tile roof replaced with shingles and the roofer (a well regarded one at that) failed to put a furring strip on the edge of the fascia before installing the drip edge. As a result, everytime it rains the water doesn’t break cleanly off the edge of the roof (4/12 pitch) but rather follows the drip edge all the way down and runs along the fascia where it finally breaks off the bottom of the fascia. A few years of this and I will be replacing fascia not to mention dealing with nasty looking stains. So I need a solution.
The roofer is claiming the roof was done right. Maybe according to code, but the craftsmanship sucks. My fascia shouldn’t be taking all the roof runoff. Short of refusing to pay until its done right, I have come up with a couple solutions which I have attached below. Im curious which one you guys think will work best or if there is another option I am not considering.
The present situation
Some type of aluminum fascia cover
Enlarging the kickout with bent aluminum (Cheaper than fascia cover and gets water away from house)
On the diagram I also indicated how they would be fastened.