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    Default Drip edge workmanship issue.

    Sorry for the posts but I'm having lots of problems posting with this site.

    Pictures of the drip edge install which I think should be considered sub-standard but would like your opinion.







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    Default Re: Drip edge workmanship issue.

    Your assumption is on the right track, however it looks like the drip edge is the least of the problems.

    Scott Patterson, ACI
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    Default Re: Drip edge workmanship issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Patterson View Post
    Your assumption is on the right track, however it looks like the drip edge is the least of the problems.
    My very thoughts as I was scrolling down.

    Steven Turetsky, UID #16000002314
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    Default Re: Drip edge workmanship issue.

    From the above two posts, "on the right track" sounds iffy and not necessarily in he category of poor and unacceptable.

    The house does have lots of problems most of which I'm aware of as I've had it since 1987 but my concern here is only the drip edge.


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