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Old 07-27-2017, 06:52 AM   #1
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Eaves: Ice & Water Laying Over Metal Fascia


I'm putting ice&water down first, then drip-edge, then synthetic over the drip-edge.
I want to run the ice& water a few inches down the fascia, but how would that meet the metal fascia?
If the metal fascia is installed after the ice&water, then water could creep behind and get to the sub-fascia.
If the metal fascia goes goes on first, then it would drain correctly?
It makes sense in my head, but I've never seen metal fascia go up first before any underlayments are applied.
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Old 07-27-2017, 07:03 AM   #2
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I&W strip over wood fascia, drip edge....
As for metal fascia it goes between the drip & I&W that was wrapped
http://thehtrc.com/2013/getting-deta...-roof-flashing - scroll down about a third of the way to see how it is supposed to be

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It might be different there, but here I would never do that. I gutter guy would have a fit trying to get gutter up behind that . IPO I would do Ice and water over the drip on the eves then the underlayment if you want, then make sure the shingles are overhanging the drip maybe like 3/4 " or so . I have seen way to many roofs with the shingles flush with the drip , that can cause as much trouble as anything Just my 2 cents.
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Can't get sucked into another drip edge thread. lol.


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Oh no. Not another ice/water and drip thread.
I know, I know!
I found a thousand threads on ice&water going over wood fascia, but it's different over metal fascia.
Because to put ice&water over metal fascia, you have to have the fascia on first. But the fascia can only go up after the metal soffit. And I've never seen soffit up before the roof underlayment goes down.
It just seems out of order.
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I know, I know!
I found a thousand threads on ice&water going over wood fascia, but it's different over metal fascia.
Because to put ice&water over metal fascia, you have to have the fascia on first. But the fascia can only go up after the metal soffit. And I've never seen soffit up before the roof underlayment goes down.
It just seems out of order.
Up in the land of cheese, tyme machines, bubblers and the Dairy aire ... W&I over metal drips. Especally at the gutter edge.

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Hah! That takes me back! Nowadays, you'll need a time machine to find a tyme machine, they went the way of the dodo bird. But bubblers will live forever!
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It might be different there, but here I would never do that. I gutter guy would have a fit trying to get gutter up behind that . IPO I would do Ice and water over the drip on the eves then the underlayment if you want, then make sure the shingles are overhanging the drip maybe like 3/4 " or so . I have seen way to many roofs with the shingles flush with the drip , that can cause as much trouble as anything Just my 2 cents.
Thanks Randy. We gutter installers are usually the step children of the industry. People do all kinds of weird stuff and then expect us to hang a gutter on it. Gutters are usually an afterthought.
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"•Place metal drip edges or wood starter shingles over the membrane."

I know nobody does this but that's what the manufacturers says.


• Do not fold over the roof edge unless the edge is protected by a drip edge, gutter or other fl ashing material.

https://gcpat-tools.com/construction...r%20Shield.pdf


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Over the drip on the eaves and under on the rakes.

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