Soffit And Fascia Replacement
Similar to a roof needing to be replaced over time, it’s equally as important to inspect the soffits and fascia of your home for damage or problems. Leaving problems with your soffit and fascia neglected will lead to premature damage to your property. Our team at Ireland Contracting, LLC knows what to look for and how to replace soffits and fascia to avoid costly and unneeded damage.
What Are Soffits And Fascia?
Soffits are located under the eaves of your home to seal the space beneath the edges of your roof. They are also very important in improving attic ventilation by pulling away humidity and heat through the small holes of the soffit system. Pulling away attic dampness is necessary to prevent heat and moisture from becoming trapped in your attic. Too much built-up wetness will lead to rotting rafters and mold issues as well as possibly damaging your roof deck and shingles.
Leaving damaged soffits will also lead to issues with the fascia on your property. This is the barrier between the edge of your roof and the outside elements. When your fascia is damaged, it could potentially lead to your roof also becoming prematurely damaged. It is important to keep your fascia in good working condition along with your soffits.
There are many different types of soffits available on the market, such as vinyl, aluminum, and fiber cement. They are available in a variety of colors to match your property. Fascia is manufactured in many different materials as well, including fiber-cement board, cedar, and aluminum.
What Soffit And
Fascia Damage Looks Like
It’s important to know what damaged soffits and fascia look like. While roof damage and shingle damage can be easy to spot, problems with your soffits and fascia might seem a little harder to spot. Here are a few things to look for when it comes to damaged soffits and fascia:
- Leaking Gutters
- Insect or Animal Infestations
- Signs of Water Damage on Interior Walls
- Frost in the Attic
If you have experienced any of the above with your soffits or fascia, give Ireland Contracting, LLC a call. We will come out to inspect your property and give you the best options for replacements.
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