What are your thoughts on how my roofer installed my drip edge? (Notwithstanding the fact that it’s not “real” drip edge – it just appears they took some aluminum coil and put a break in it. When I referenced my contract, I realized that they made this seem like a good thing, by saying the drip edge would be “custom made for the roof pitch.”)
I don’t necessarily have a problem if it’s not “real” drip edge, per se – except for the fact that it looks horrible: The overlaps look crappy and the “tabs” they cut out to deal with the gutter hangers look abominable. Worst of all, they didn’t even break it at the correct angle – at some points on the roof, the drip edge is on the same angle as the shingles themselves, which means that the rain is shooting right over top of the gutters!
What do you think? Does this seem like it was done to industry standards?
Thanks for your help.