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Soffit & Fascia

Getting a new roof or replacing your existing gutters?  Complete the process with aesthetically pleasing soffit and fascia.

WHAT IS SOFFIT & FASCIA?

An exterior soffit is located on your home typically beneath the rafter tails, while the fascia is the exposed horizontal wood you see at the end of the rafters. These architectural elements found along your eave area do more than just add visual interest and give a finished look to your home. They help protect the exterior of your house by keeping out pests like squirrels, bats, birds, and chipmunks.  If it is not maintained well, it’s a place for water to collect during heavy winds.

 

YOUR HOME'S DEFENSE SYSTEM

 

Did you know that the soffit and fascia around your home is one of the most neglected areas, but they provide one of the most important protections for the roof? Many homeowners don’t even know the purpose of these two products and assume they are purely of aesthetic value, but this is definitely not the case.

SOFFIT

Soffit can be made out of aluminum, vinyl, wood, fiber cement and steel. Soffit can be used on flights of stairs, under porches and most commonly around a home’s roof. You want soffit to be vented which will allow air to flow into your roof. Inadequate ventilation causes condensation to form on your roof that can cause decay and rot.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS OF S&F

  • Creates a moisture barrier on your home that prevents rotting and decay on your roof edge
  • Finished off your home with a clean-line appearance
  • Eliminates structural damage from wind and rain penetrating your roof
  • Lowers your heating bills putting more money back in your pockets
  • A first line of defense against weather stopping wind and rain from penetrating your roofing system

FASCIA

Fascia is the trim around your roof which is seen on the exposed ends of the rafters or the top of the exterior walls. Fascia creates a layer between the roof edge and outside. It resides on your home underneath the roof line behind the gutters. Aluminum, wood and plastic are all materials that are used to create fascia on your home.

ALUMINUM AND VINYL S&F

  • The most commonly used material for soffit and fascia is aluminum or vinyl. Not only is this the most practical it is the best material when replacing wooden ones on your home.
  • They are easy to clean and keep their appearance over many years with little effort
  • More durable than its wood counterparts to the elements, especially in the Midwest
  • You don’t have to paint them and are virtually maintenance free

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