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0011 Typical Asphalt Shingle Showing Metal Drip Edge - Roofing - Asphalt Shingles
 
0011 Typical Asphalt Shingle Showing Metal Drip Edge - Roofing - Asphalt Shingles -

Image Text: Cross-section > shingles > eave protection > roof sheathing > roof rafter > metal drip edge > gutter and spike > fascia board > eave protection (at least 36 inches up roof) > nails 1 inch to 1.5 inches from edge of shingle > nails at least 1/2 inch above cutouts > minimum 2 inches headlap > fascia board > metal drip edge > starter strip - 12 inch wide roll roofing or shingles with tabs cut off and self-sealing strips exposed at bottom > starter strip nails to be minimum 12 inches on center

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