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Soffit & Fascia Installation

Prevent critters, mold, and heat from encroaching into your home through its vulnerable areas around the roof 

A home’s soffit is the exposed plank or slats located under the roof’s overhang as you look at it from the ground. Soffits can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, aluminum, or vinyl—giving a property a finishing touch that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. 

The fascia goes hand-in-hand with your property’s soffit, connecting the roof with a strip of siding, directly above the soffit. And just like the soffit, the fascia can be made of aluminum, wood or vinyl thanks to the resilience to humidity and durability these materials offer.

GutterWorks’ soffit and fascia can disguise the ventilation for your attic while adding a beautiful finishing touch that complements your property’s architecture design. However, if your home was built over 20 years ago, you should carefully inspect the soffit and fascia for any potential issues that can render its protection ineffective during the next rainy season. 

Contact us today at (407) 960-9489 or send us a message with the size of your property, type of roof, and other external features to help us quote your installation project—and don’t forget, estimates are always free!

Benefits to having GutterWorks install your soffit and fascia

With a properly installed soffit, a property can have better ventilation in the attic thanks to a pattern of small holes in its design, allowing the air to cycle to the vents. Drawing moisture and heat away from the attic is a great product for homeowners since moisture buildup in the attic can lead to WDO (wood destroying organisms) on its wooden trusses.

There are many more benefits to having GutterWorks install your soffit and fascia, including: 

  • Protecting your property against weather inclement—shielding wind and rain from penetrating your roofing system.
  • Adding a finishing aesthetic touch to your property with a clean-line appearance.
  • Eliminating the threat of structural damage, which can result in having to replace your roof.
  • Creating a physical barrier to keep out moisture out of your structure.
  • Decreasing humidity that leads to rotting and wood decay.

By design, the soffit and fascia offer a physical barrier in the exterior of your property—keeping out unwanted pests common in Central Florida, including:

  • Cockroaches
  • Bats
  • Birds
  • Bees and Wasps
  • Squirrels
  • Snakes