Drip Cap or Drip Rail
I'm in the process of replacing facia board around my home. I've removed all of the existing facia board, however, much of the drip rail has been bent. I would like to remove the existing drip rail by using a putty knife to raise the shingles and a sawzall to cut the nails in order to remove the drip rail. My question is, can this be accomplished in this manner and could I slip a new drip rail under the existing shingles and secure it with roofing cement? Thanks for your input. This may also answer the previous post.