I installed an exposed fastener metal roof on my ranch house last fall. This spring one of the 10’ metal fascia pieces started to buckle at the eves. Trying to fix it, I made it worse and need to replace it. It is nailed into the strapping at the roof’s edge and the roof is screwed on top of it.
My idea for replacing it is to remove the first 2 courses of screws up the roof, put a 2X4 under the roof panels to raise them enough to get a pry bar under the nails to remove them. Then replace the fascia and screw it in place.
Does this sound like a good way to approach this? Unfortunately the buckled fascia it 2 stories up and I’ll have to work off a ladder. I’m not sure if you can see the picture in the following link, but it looks alot worse now that it is buckled and creased.