Infinity Drip Edge
The Secret is in the SNAP LOCK Technology
New Product from Quality Edge
Infinite Overlap Possibilities
The Patent-Pending design:
• “Nests” pieces together reducing fish mouthing
• Provides a clean overlap with one continuous run
• Reduces Labor – Doesn’t require skilled trades
• Provides Differentiation
• Meets and exceeds IBC & IRC Building Codes
Standard Edge Flashing
Hand notching in the ﬁeld wastes valuable time on an already error-prone process.
Fish-mouthing occurs when the nose of the standard flashing is pinched or smashed over the other.
Buckling occurs when standard flashing is over nailed and/or there is a signiﬁcant temperature swing from the time it was installed.
Minimal Nailing Flange makes it difﬁcult to secure to the roof deck and doesn’t provide adequate water protection.
Infinity Drip Edge
Snap Lock Technology
How it Works
It’s as easy as 1,2,3
How big is your overlap?
IBC 1507.2.8.3 & IRC R905.2.8.5 require that:
“drip edge shall be provided at eaves and rake edges of shingle roofs. Adjacent segments of the drip edge shall be lapped not less than 2 inches. The vertical leg of drip edges shall be not less than 1 1/2 inches in width...and shall extend back on the roof not less than 2 inches.”
Perimeter edge ﬂashing or Drip Edge is a crucial element in a homes roof system. It protects the point where the roof deck, fascia and truss intersect by directing water away from the roof edge. Inﬁnity Drip Edge with Snap Lock Technology - A Premium Drip Edge that allows inﬁnite overlap, meets or exceeds building code and has a dual hook system to ensure it “snaps” together.
The patent pending design provides effortless install and with 2 locking points you can be sure the seams are more consistent and tighter ﬁtting than any other drip edge on the market. It reduces labor and minimizes buckling while simultaneously offering inﬁnite possibilities along the way.