Look in pictures below. This section of roof was open before and we asked if it could be covered. We are getting a new roof and roofer said no problem and this was his solution. However, his roofers made the eaves uneven, they don't match up. I don't know how this is going to work with the gutters we are having installed next. It has taken the company a full week, even the weekend, to do this roofing job. Was it done right? Would you be happy with this? Is it normal to have an eave hang lower? How would you fix this and would you pay this guy? My husband thinks it's fine, but he has found other problems with the roof as well. I think it's shoddy work. Should I make a complaint to bbb? Contractor only came first day of work to see roofers working. Thank you for any input.
The height of the fascia (the vertical face at the edge of the roof) depends on 3 parameters: Overhang depth, truss (rafter) heel height, and roof pitch (slope).
If any of these things vary from one plane to another, at least one of the other parameters must be adjusted to accommodate. It's often simplest to have a slight variation in overhang depth. It's hard to say what impact that would have on your home from the photos provided. Judging by the fairly low slope you'd lose 6-12" of overhang to bring the fascias into alignment.
If you didn't work those things out with your contractor beforehand you may not have much recourse at this point. There is no violation of contract, and it's merely an aesthetic issue. If you're on good terms, discuss making a change and split the cost if the contractor doesn't agree that it was a mistake.
Yeah...that's completely unacceptable and not professional. In terms of how to fix it, I'd have to know how it was done and why it wound up that way. I suspect just poor measurement and layout from the overall appearance. Is it a breach of contract? No one here can answer that without reading it but there are generally accepted standards of workmanship and that isn't.
As far as what to do, that's hard for any of us to answer. I'd speak to the GC and tell him it's just not acceptable and put it in his lap. A lot depends on what state you're in. Some have very strong protection for customers of contractors, some very little.
But the bottom line is I wouldn't accept it or ask a customer to.