There is a minimum order quantity setup for online orders. You can order any quantity and custom lengths cut down to the nearest inch by visiting your local Home Depot Store ProDesk.
No, There is a separate Eave Flashing that you can buy. It's not available online but you can purchase from your local Home Depot store at the ProDesk along with fasteners and Tape Sealant.
Not very well since screws on 1 edge would have to be angled to seat properly. This is is intended for gable roof line trim (Closing wall to slanted roof line. I would look for OUTSIDE CORNER TRIM which is designed for trimming 2 walls meeting at a corner. If not offered by HD, check with a local metal building mfr.
This White is an off-white color, there is a little yellow in it. You can talk to the ProDesk and order a Bright White panel, if available in your region. It will be a true white-white. More so than just white.
You'll have to check with the ProDesk at your local Home Depot. They may be able to order a custom trim based on the 2" dimension.
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.