Soffit & Fascia Repair & Installation
The Premier Soffit & Fascia Repair & Installation in Philadelphia, PA
The importance of the soffit and fascia boards are lost on many who don’t know their purpose, which is understandable. They make your home look pretty, and that’s all that matters to many people.
However, they are critical for supporting your roofline and providing the ventilation it needs to prevent decay. When looking for soffit & fascia repair & installation, make sure you understand these differences and know what to look for.
What Are the Soffit and Fascia?
Understanding fascia makes it easier to understand soffit, so let’s start there. The fascia is a long board that supports your roof along the roofline. It is attached to the underside of the edges of the roof and supports the shingles. Usually, your gutter is mounted along the fascia, too.
The soffit is the board you see from the street. It resides under your fascia board and can be ventilated to allow air flow. It also performs cosmetic duty, making your roofline look pretty at the same time.
While both the soffit and the fascia can be ventilated, ventilating the fascia has become more common in recent years. It seems to be more effective, and because you can’t see it as easily from the street, it’s more aesthetically pleasing to leave the soffit board unventilated.
Soffit and Fascia Maintenance
Because the soffit and fascia are so crucial to the construction of your roof, attachment of your gutters, and prevention of water damage, you need to make sure they remain functional. They’re a vital component to any health roof.
Perform annual maintenance checks or hire a soffit repair company, fascia repair company, or roofing company to do it for you. These professionals will know what to look for and can tell almost immediately if you have problems. Instead of searching for a service to do this, you can contact us at Industrial Roofing Contractors.
You can perform these checks on your own by looking for any sagging, cracked, or broken areas. It’s easy to check for these things while you clean your gutters since keeping your gutters clean is another important way you can prevent rot.
If you see any broken pieces, sagging, or bird nests, it may be time to call for help. Check your attic for moisture and don’t ignore an excessive heating or air conditioning bill. These could all be signs that you have a soffit or fascia problem.
A soffit installation contractor or fascia installation contractor will be able to assess the damage, give you a quote, and repair or replace your soffit and fascia. A company that specializes in roofing, siding, windows, soffits, fascia, and other critical insulation components can quickly and professionally deal with all your soffit and fascia needs.
Industrial Roofing Contractors is a local company that’s familiar with weather trends and other natural factors that impact your soffit and fascia. We provide free estimates and offer regular inspections so that you can prevent issues in the future.
Protect the parts of your home that protect you from the weather. Trust the soffit & fascia repair & installation services of Industrial Roofing Contractors. Call us today to get started!
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