Shingles overhanging fascia: Is this going to be a problem?
A little background: This house is a recent build. The architect did not recommend gutters for this house (ridiculous if you could see how complicated the roof line is), and I hate the look of gutters so I did not put them on at the time of the build. Having lived here about 6 months now, I can see how they're absolutely necessary; I'm cutting a trench all the way around the house every time it rains.
Anyway, I've so far had two guys out to quote the gutters. First guy also does roofs and he did not mention anything about the overhang of the shingles. The second guy, however, says he won't even do the job unless we get spots like the one in the picture fixed first. He's saying the shingles need to overhang about an inch everywhere. That's fine for about 85% of the house but then there are spots like this one where they barely overhang the fascia at all.
My question has three parts:
1. Is the lack of consistent overhang a problem?
2. If so, is adding another row of shingles in the trouble spots the right solution to the problem?
3. Who screwed up here so I know who to complain to? Was this the roofer's fault or the guy who did the fascia trim?
Thanks in advance!