They needed the facia around the roof painted. And the soffit under the was peeling plaster. I had never noticed a soffit of plaster and stucco before, but sure enough it needed some repair.
First the facia board.
When I removed it, I had to cut a 45 degree angle where the wood was still good and do it on a rafter extension to hold the new pieces.
Once I got the old out and the new pieces in, I caulked it.
Meanwhile, Pam was going around the whole facia and painting where I had sanded and or scraped off the old paint.
We did not work every day at it, but it took us about five days in two weeks to get that phase of the repairs done.
we tackled the places where the stucco had fallen off and/or need to be patched. We had to learn about that and ask the guys at Home Depot which was the way to on it. We settled for Quikrete stucco repair. We added water to a bucket and put in the stucco mix until it was the right consistency.
In some areas I had to replace or install new diamond mesh to cover up the whole. Then I applied the stucco.
It took us two tries at matching the old stucco color with new paint but WalMart insisted we could return it if the first coat didn't match. And we did and came up with the color that was real close.