Siding Soffit Fascia
Our team of experts have years of experience in installing your siding soffit fascia.
Majority of the time, people only notice the more prominent features of homes, like windows, siding, and doors. Though, it’s extremely important you don’t overlook the smaller things. Soffit and fascia being two of the most overlooked aspects on a home.
Soffit is the exposed siding below your roof’s overhang and because of this, it’s often not visible when it comes to curb appeal. Soffit can be made from wood, aluminum or vinyl and it’s very important you have a soffit material that’s suitable for the climate you live in. Majority of the case for our Midwest customers, is using vinyl soffit.
Fascia and soffit go hand-in-hand together. Why? Fascia is the area of siding directly above the soffit. The exposed board you see on the front of your roof’s overhang, is fascia. Your gutters can also be placed where you fascia is and can be made of aluminum, vinyl or wood. Vinyl again being the best choice.
Soffit and fascia are important for multiple reasons. Soffit has venting that helps keep the air flowing between your roof and attic, preventing mold to form. Soffit also helps release heat from your attic during hot temperatures and keeps animals and insects out. Fascia is important because it’s the last line of support for the lower edge of the bottom row of roof tiles or shingles. And, fascia is noticable to your curb appeal, as well as it’s what your gutters are installed on.
About Siding Soffit Fascia
There are multiple steps you need to take in order to successfully install your new soffit and fascia materials. Our team takes into consideration what kind of eaves you have, as well as your porch ceilings, to make this a quick and easy process.