Internet #202091130

Model # T0401

Store SKU #591660

0718448104012

3 in. x 10 ft. White Vinyl Drip Edge Flashing

  • Maximum roof-runoff protection with an overhanging drip edge
  • Durable vinyl construction for long-lasting usage
  • Can be used as a starter trip for edge-to-align shingles
$ 5 18

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Product Overview

  • Maximum roof-runoff protection with an overhanging drip edge
  • Durable vinyl construction for long-lasting usage
  • Can be used as a starter trip for edge-to-align shingles
Give your roof maximum protection against run-off with drip edge flashing. Drip edge flashing can be used for new construction and reroofing projects. Drip edge is used to direct rainwater off of the roof and into your gutter system.
  • Overhanging drip edge gives maximum protection from roof run-off; use along gutter line of the roof edge
  • Made from high-quality vinyl construction
  • Install by nailing under shingles; 3 in. nailing edge with 1 in. drop
  • Use as starter strip for a true edge to align shingles
  • For new construction and re-roofs on residential and commercial buildings

Product Overview

  • Maximum roof-runoff protection with an overhanging drip edge
  • Durable vinyl construction for long-lasting usage
  • Can be used as a starter trip for edge-to-align shingles
Model #: T0401
Sku #: 591660
Internet #: 202091130

Give your roof maximum protection against run-off with drip edge flashing. Drip edge flashing can be used for new construction and reroofing projects. Drip edge is used to direct rainwater off of the roof and into your gutter system.

  • Overhanging drip edge gives maximum protection from roof run-off; use along gutter line of the roof edge
  • Made from high-quality vinyl construction
  • Install by nailing under shingles; 3 in. nailing edge with 1 in. drop
  • Use as starter strip for a true edge to align shingles
  • For new construction and re-roofs on residential and commercial buildings

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Specifications

Dimensions

Nailing edge width (in.)
3
Product Length (in.)
120
Product Thickness (in.)
.022
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Color Family
White
Features
Corrosion Resistant,Rust Resistant
Flashing Type
Drip Edge
Gauge
23
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
1.125lb
Profile
F4 1/2 Vinyl
Roofing Product Type
Drip Edge Flashing

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Manufacturers Warranty - Free from defects in materials and workmanship

Specifications

Dimensions

Nailing edge width (in.)
3
Product Length (in.)
120
Product Thickness (in.)
.022
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Color Family
White
Features
Corrosion Resistant,Rust Resistant
Flashing Type
Drip Edge
Gauge
23
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
1.125lb
Profile
F4 1/2 Vinyl
Roofing Product Type
Drip Edge Flashing

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Manufacturers Warranty - Free from defects in materials and workmanship

Questions & Answers

Does it bend for a curved deck?

Asked by: Kyle
No
Answered by: SteveVA
Date published: 2020-02-05

does it come packaged in one 10' piece or is it in sections, and if so what length are the sections?

does it come packaged in one 10' piece or is it in sections, and if so what length are the sections?
Asked by: gman
mine came in 1 10 foot section had to get 3 for my 25ft roof
Answered by: Kollouff
Date published: 2020-03-04

What's the ideal nail to use to secure drip edge

Asked by: Tip
i used shingle nails put in 5 for each 10 ft section 2 ft apart i know its overkill but its secure
Answered by: Kollouff
Date published: 2020-04-20

How do you handle overlaps with this? I think I see how you can cut the front edge off to butt t...

How do you handle overlaps with this? I think I see how you can cut the front edge off to butt two pieces together, but what about the corners and at the peak?
Asked by: Noj
this flashing is for the end of the shingles that are pouring the water in to the gutter so you dont have water missing the gutter when it s a light rain its spans the gap if you have one from shingles to gutter. you don't need the flashing on the sides of the roof going to the peak water will not flow from there.
Answered by: Kollouff
Date published: 2020-03-04
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