The house looks like the folks can afford to BUY one sample from http://www.dryflekt.com/ that would match their color. This may be the simple way to get to what they want fast.
Copper although nice and last almost forever, ends up with a patina that some folks later don’t like. I do allot of high end stuff here on the SC coast and have heard the copper doesn’t look as good as it once did a few times…food for thought.
Doubt I add much to this thread but your always so helpful to others I thought I would try.
I have the EIMA install guide, Dryflekt and numerous other links pre-embedded in my report comments whenever these situations are present. It makes for an easier client read and identification of my actual inspection versus the protocols and solutions I try and offer.
Hi dont know if to late for a reply , Im retired rooftech. My suggestion is carefully remove shingles and flashing, the with a four inch diamond blade score the stucco straight as possible and remove the lower porching you scored care fully and with accurate prying ,pry the stucco lose,and slide the flashing behind the stucco. tou want to be atleast 3" up of the roof.Make a new kick out at the edge of roof,let it hang past the drip edge 1" and a flap fo 2"s and before you fasten the bottom edge of flashing you want a new starter, if you take your time the only debry youll have is stucco dust. Its a slow pitch so its needed , I would suggest gutter and daown spout
This may help to explain why it’s important to have a funtional diverter flashing. If you do a repair and install it with the same out-dated methods
and materials, you cannot expect better results. It is important to have a kick out diverter at the roof eave to wall intersection, it’s more important that it funtions with the other components. This is the way to stop pre-mature building failures.