What Is the Difference Between Soffit and Fascia?



What Is the Difference Between Soffit and Fascia?

Soffit and Fascia Anchorage AKIf you’re in the market for new siding, you’ve likely heard about soffit and fascia. But, what are these two products and are they necessary to include with your siding replacement? In short, soffit and fascia will help protect your home from moisture damage, and they’ll put the finishing touch on your home’s exterior after your new siding has been installed. Let’s look at these two add-ons a little more closely.

Soffit — The Underside of Your Home’s Eaves

While new siding and a new roof can go a long way toward protecting your home from the elements, one space on your home that is often left exposed is the underside of the roof’s eaves. Here, supporting beams of your home are out in the open. Soffit effectively seals this area off to prevent moisture infiltration.

Fascia — The Vertical Edge of Your Roofline

Fascia describes the vertical boards that extend from the roof edge to the soffit. Fascia will further help protect against the elements, while also providing a uniform look for your home’s exterior.

While neither product is required to update your home’s siding, both are certainly worth your consideration if you want to provide your home with the best protection against the frigid Alaskan climate.

Extremely Durable Soffit and Fascia

When you turn to ABC Seamless of Anchorage to replace your home siding, we’ll be happy to include these two products with your project. Our soffit and fascia are made from the same heavy-grade galvanized steel as our siding, so you can rest assured that they’ll hold up to the elements year after year.

To learn more about why you should include soffit and fascia with your siding installation, contact ABC Seamless of Anchorage today.

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