Guest User
3/9/2015
My roofing contractor installed a metal roof with no drip edge. The metal overhang is only about an inch and the edge of the plywood roof underneath the metal gets wet when it rains. Any suggestions as to what I can do?
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
3/9/2015
Is there a way to tuck a drip edge up under roofing, and under any underlayment?
John Morelli
Unhappy With My Metal Roof
3/9/2015
I don't think so because the metal seems to be screwed to the roof pretty close along the edge (maybe you could squeeze an inch in some places or half an inch in other spots but not more). Is removing the roof the most likely remedy?
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
3/9/2015
Can you email me pictures of what you have? I'd like to verify what type of metal roof you have, and also see the edge of the plywood. My email is [email protected] Thanks.

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