Soffit, Fascia and Eavestrough

A roof is only as good as its eaves when the snow melts and the rain pours. Make sure your home’s eavestroughs and downspouts are up to par. Marcelo and his team of expert exterior installers will make sure your home sits high and dry.

Here are a few descriptions so when we visit you, you’ll know exactly what we are talking about.

The soffit serves both an aesthetic and functional purpose for a building’s roof system. It’s the skin that covers your eavestrough, and without it, you would see your rafter beams fully exposed. With a vented soffit, air can flow though the vents to provide regular air circulation to the attic.

The fascia is a part that can easily be damaged. It is the parallel edge that is connected to the end of the trusses or rafters. It’s where the gutters are attached. Its primary job is to act as protection between the edge of the roof and the outdoors.

The eavestrough is a pipe that’s attached to your home’s fascia, perpendicular to the roof. It’s designed to capture water that falls on the property.

Pipes are usually made from aluminum, steel, copper, or vinyl and sit at a slight angle in order to direct the flow of water towards a downspout.

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