Guest User
11/17/2004
The profile on the drip edge of the metal roof i am about to install has a unique profile. I have been practicing on paper cut outs to get my inside and outside cuts to be waterproof and professional looking and I think I have it down. I have looked everywhere for guides for cutting metal and have found nothing. Do I take some pieces of my edge and work with them first like I did the paper? The company I ordered my metal from is a very well known company,has and installation guide and tech service line ( i have not called w this question yet). What say you???
Guest User
11/17/2004
I am not sure I follow what you're asking. Sorry. However, many drip edges can be formed around corners by cutting the roof leg and then folding the fascia leg. By all means, though, contact the manufacturer and obtain their detail for this.
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