YES Contracting Fascia and Soffit 

The fascia and soffit are two of the most important structural components of your house’s roof. Yet, they are also among the most overlooked parts of a building.

If you ignore your fascia and soffit, you will be doing that at your own peril. Proper fascia and soffit installation and regular follow-up maintenance are essential to protect your home and keep it in good repair.

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What Is Fascia?

You are looking at your fascia every day, but you probably do not realize it. The fascia is the long stretch of board that runs along the lower edge of your roof and right above the soffit.

What Is It Made Of?

The most common materials are aluminum, wood, and vinyl. They all have different appearances, physical properties, and price points. Which one would work best for you depends on the rest of the siding, your goals for your property, and, of course, your budget.

Why Is Fascia Important?

The primary function of the fascia is to provide the last line of support to the bottom roof tiles or shingles. That makes it crucial for the structural integrity of the roof.
In addition, the guttering hangs directly from the facia, so it is vital to keep it in good shape. Otherwise, you risk having your gutters fall off in the next torrential downpour.

Looks Matter

The fascia is, essentially, an exposed board that is part of the building’s siding. As such, it is readily visible to anyone standing outside of your house and plays a key role in your home’s curb appeal. That is why you want the color of your fascia to match the roof and the rest of the siding.

This is not a matter of mere esthetics: a good-looking facade can significantly increase your property’s market value and makes for an excellent long-term investment.

What Is Soffit?

The soffit goes hand-in-hand with the fascia. It is the portion of the siding that is on the underside of a roof’s hanging and right under the fascia. Unlike the fascia, the soffit is usually not visible from the road, but you can still see it if you stand directly underneath it or close to the building.

What Is It Made Of?

Like fascia, soffit can be made from aluminum, wood, or vinyl. For best results, the soffit should be the same color and design as the fascia and the rest of the siding. However, you can also opt for a more budget-friendly option as it is not that visible.

Why Is Soffit Important?

The soffit keeps animals and insects out of the building. However, bear in mind that bees and wasps like to make their nests in soffits, so they need regular check-ups and maintenance. If you notice any cracks or holes, book a soffit repair service right away.

In addition, the soffit has built-in vents that ensure a steady airflow between the roof and the attic. That helps prevent moisture build-up and mold growth.

Finally, the soffit helps heat escape the attic in hot weather.

Our Fascia and Soffit Services

At Yes Contracting, we provide the following fascia and soffit services:

  • Fascia installation
  • Fascia repair and replacement
  • Soffit installation
  • Soffit repair and replacement

If you are interested in our fascia and soffit services, call us today to get a free consultation and price estimate.

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