0.025″ (24 ga) Galvalume Drip Edge Flashing 10′ long With Kick

Galvanized drip edges are great solution protecting the fascia and soffit from leaking water. Available at Northshore Sheet Metal, drip edge flashings are offered in standard lenght of 10′ and in 240 variants in total.

750 in stock



What Are Drip Edge Flashings?

Simple drip edge flashings, sometimes called “baldy cleat” are usually used on shingle roofs, but can also be applied with rubber and slate roofs. Drip edges are mainly used to improve the transfer of water from the edge of the roof to the gutters themselves. Thus, this flashing effectively protects the fascia as well as the interior of the house from water leaks that could cause mold growth and sheathing rot, which could lead to very serious damage.

Drip Edge With Kick

The use of a kick portion at the end of the drip edge flashing ensures that dripping water is directed sideways rather than vertically downward. This protects sensitive wall components, such as fascia and soffit, from water penetration, which can happen if component joints are not perfectly sealed. This gentle bending of the sheet metal makes the building much better protected from moisture, which of course translates into a long and trouble-free life for the roof.

As standard, all the drip edges we produce are offered with a kick. However, upon request, we can produce flashing without this element. In addition, we offer both drip edges with kick and with hem, as well as without hem. Both types of flashing cost exactly the same, and we can make hem regardless of the size of the items produced.



Custom And Stock Drip Edge Profiles

On special order, we are able to make any shape and size of drip edges. However, the standard offer includes the following dimensions:


Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 120 in

Kick with hem, Kick without hem, No hem no kick

Nominal size (E)

1.5", 3", 4", 6", 8"

Roof pitch

Flat, 1", 2", 3", 4", 5", 6", 7", 8", 9", 10", 11", 12", 13", 14", 15"