The eaves have the support joists exposed, and run to the drip edge of the roof.
I had a gutter company come out just to see how much they would charge to do the job, and they quoted me $1,200.. and, they said that it is a simple job I could do myself. Which, I knew ahead of time. But, also to get some information on doing the job properly myself.. on the sly..
The guy said that a fascia board would need to put up to cover up the joist..
Now, what would the proper thickness be for this? How thick should the wood be, so when I put the gutter up, it is not sticking too far out from the drip edge..