If you can slide under shingle adding adhesive that would be good. Also if you don't mind the look you can screw into the face of the drip edge to hold to fascia board.
This 10 ft piece covers 13.75 linear square feet based off a width of 1.375”
We ship these into the store in a box of 50, which are opened up and sold as eaches.
Yes but I would cover the fascia boards with aluminum or vinyl fascia
Under the wintergaurd if possible is best. If the roof is already on, tuck it under the shingles. Raise a few shingles carefully and nail through the aluminum and into the roof deck with 1" galv roofing nails in three or four spots per length of d e. Make sure to overlap drip edge by 1- 1/2 inch over previous length of d e
Yes. Any degree to 90. At the bend, use snips at the flaired out bottom edge and also cut across the top edge. Gently fold and form your corner bend at the cuts you made
Yes. But I would use a 2" x2" drip edge for more coverage on a low pitch roof