Drip edge -- bad installation

First-time homeowner here. Had a roofer install drip edge flashing. It looks like a very bad job to me: doesn’t match the angle of the roof so the shingles pop up; installed unevenly so the popped shingles are wavy; newly exposed boards at the corners; small sections missing.

Can someone tell me if I’m right in thinking they need to fix this? And how, exactly, should it be re-done? (Does it all just need to be replaced, or can these pieces be altered to fit correctly?)

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Yes that is a problem, it looks as though the gutter can be removed somewhat easily so that the drip edge/gutter apron can be correctly installed.

That is horrible. That valley with debris buildup and raised drip edge is a leak waiting to happen.

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Wow, that’s really bad and needs addressed. And that’s coming from the guy usually trying to tell homeowners on here not to get worked up over cosmetic issues.

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Yes you are Island but I respect you for your consistency!