There is a flashing called Pitch Break that can be used for these slope-change applications. It's not available online but can easily be ordered from the ProDesk of your local Home Depot store.
Yes, on HomeDepot.com search for "metal sales gable galvalume". Also just so you are aware Galvalume is an unpainted finish. It does have a clear acrylic coating.
Color matched wood screws are used to attach to panels and Trims to wood substructure.
No. Burnished Slate is more of a "Bronze" Brown. Cocoa Brown is more of a "Chocolate" Brown color. They will not look the same when placed side-by-side.
Classic Rib panels have a coverage width of 36". If the length of your eave is 14' then take 14 divided by 3 to get the number of panels required.
Screws to hold and caulking to keep out the water. You may need to cut the matreial so a pare of tin snips.
Our trim pieces are solid colored. Only the panels have a backer coating on them which is an off-white type color.
It comes in many colors
Yes, on Home Depot.com there are 5 colors plus galvalume. For a larger selection of colors go to www.metalsales.us.com and under resources find colors and finishes. You may order colors that are not found on homedepot.com through your local Home Depot ProDesk.
I don’t think so. When I bought mine I only had a choice of brown, tan, and white. You may have go with a different style. I went with the cheapest.