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Fascia Board / Soffit Repair

Fascia Board / Soffit Repair

Generally forgotten, soffit describes the eave (in other words overhang) of your roof covering and is required in guarding your  home.  Adequately installed soffits establish air circulation in order to ventilate your attic, drive away humidity, prevent mold and mildew build up and prolong the life span of your roof.
Soffit vents are notably significant in colder climates where rooftops are blanketed with snow for extended periods of time and become susceptible to entrapped moisture.
In these types of climates, quality soffit installation will be able to enhance the life expectancy of your roofing system as well as wood decking.

Fascia refers to the vertical edge of the roof.  It hides the rough edges of your soffit and supports attached gutters to ensure additional weather and moisture protection.

At .Roofing Repair Ecperts we offer a wide range of styles, colors and materials.   This variety allows you to match soffit and fascia to your  home’s exterior.

Here are some reasons why having fascia (in good condition) is the best option:

  • Fascia provides a layer of strength to help stabilize the gutter.
  • Fascia allows a place for the soffit to attach and close off the attic space
  • Soffit is vented which prevents winter ice, water from entering the home, and keeps the home cooler in the summer months.
  • Open rafter without fascia get screwed into the end grain of the available wood which is not as strong as screwing it into the perpendicular wood of the fascia board (more strength and stability when you are able to screw into grains of wood that run horizontally.
  • Open rafters with no fascia often allow for insects and animals to find their way into your home.