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    Soffit Repair

    Soffit Repair

    Soffit most commonly refers to the horizontal underside of the eaves, the part of the roof that overhangs the walls of a house. The soffit typically bridges the gap between a home’s siding and the roofline. It plays a crucial role in ventilating the attic and protecting the rafters from the elements, thus helping to prevent mold growth and moisture-related issues.

    To repair or replace a soffit, we inspect the area for damage such as rot, cracks, or holes to determine the extent of the necessary work. We carefully remove the damaged soffit panels. We measure the dimensions of the removed panels and cut new ones to size. We fit the new soffit panels into place, ensuring proper alignment with the existing structure, and secure them with screws or nails, allowing for natural expansion and contraction. We may seal the edges of the new panels with caulk to prevent moisture infiltration. If using wood panels, we paint or stain them before installation to protect against elements. Finally, we clean up any debris from the process and inspect the new installation to ensure it is secure and properly ventilated, maintaining the structural integrity and aesthetic appeal of your property.

    Fascia Repair

    Fascia refers to the horizontal board that runs along the edge of a roof, directly beneath the roofline and usually attached to the ends of the rafters. It serves as a finishing trim and provides a base for attaching gutters, protecting the roof and interior from weather damage. 


    To repair or replace fascia, we begin by inspecting the board for signs of damage, such as rot or cracking. We use a pry bar to carefully remove the damaged section, taking care to avoid damaging the roof or surrounding structures. We measure the length and width of the removed section, then cut a new board to match these dimensions. If the fascia is made of wood, we apply protective paint or sealant before installation to ensure durability. We secure the new fascia board in place and make sure it is properly aligned and flush with the roof edge. We seal any gaps with caulk to prevent moisture intrusion and smooth the caulk for a neat finish. Finally, we inspect the new installation to confirm it is secure and well-sealed, ensuring the fascia functions effectively and enhances the appearance of your home or commercial structure.

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