Soffitt & Fascia Trims

We stock a full range of joint trims, corner trims, rigid angle and quadrant to complete your roofline finish.

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  • Should soffit and fascia match trim?
    It depends on personal preference and the overall aesthetic of the home. Some people prefer a cohesive look with matching soffit, fascia, and trim, while others prefer a contrasting look. It's important to consider the color and material of the roof, siding, and other exterior elements when making this decision. Consulting with a professional contractor or designer can also be helpful.
  • What is soffit and fascia trim?
    Soffit and fascia trim are two important components of a home's exterior. Soffit refers to the underside of a roof's overhang, while fascia is the board that runs along the roofline and covers the ends of the roof rafters. Together, they help protect the roof and attic from moisture and pests, while also providing ventilation to prevent mold and mildew growth. They also add aesthetic appeal to a home's exterior.
  • What is the difference between a soffit and a fascia?
    The soffit is the underside of the roof overhang, while the fascia is the vertical board that runs along the roofline. The soffit is usually ventilated to allow air to flow into the attic, while the fascia is used to attach the gutters and protect the roof from water damage.
  • How often should you replace soffits and fascias?
    Soffits and fascias are typically made of durable materials like aluminum, vinyl, or wood, and can last for many years with proper maintenance. However, if you notice signs of damage or wear such as cracks, rot, or peeling paint, it may be time to replace them. The frequency of replacement depends on the material and the climate in your area, but a general rule of thumb is every 20-30 years.
  • What are two common problems with soffits and fascia?
    Two common problems with soffits and fascia are rotting and damage from pests such as squirrels or birds. Rotting can occur due to moisture buildup or improper installation, while pests can cause damage by chewing through the material or building nests. Both issues can be fixed by replacing the affected areas with new materials and ensuring proper ventilation to prevent moisture buildup.