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re-roof always w/ drip edge???

17 years ago

I'm getting a new roof. My roofer made it sound like a drip edge was not an automatic deal with getting a new roof, but said it was no big deal..and cheap.

So should a new roof always come with new drip edges? There are a few areas of my fascia that don't have drip edges and I definately want them.

Also, I want the other drip edges replaced with much wider (thicker?) versions... mine drop only an inch from the shingle and they barely meet the edge of the gutter... it just seems that a larger size would be better. right?

Thanks for any help/advice!

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