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My home is in desperate need of soffit and fascia replacement/repair. I can do all of that without any worries however I have been wondering if I could go a step further and while in the process trim back my eaves. Currently I have 3' soffits and on some corners they sag. I would love to trim the eaves back to allow for a more standard 18' or 24' soffit. I imagine this would involve peeling back shingles, cutting plywood at the right angle with a chalk line and cutting unsocial rafters before I could begin reinstalling everything. I just want to get some more opinions. FYI I do renovations for a living and have done soffit and fascia work but never tackled something like this.