Soffit & Fascia

Soffit & Fascia Repair & Installation

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High-quality siding is only one component of an aesthetically pleasing, protective home exterior. At Eastern Roofing & Siding, we also stress the importance of soffit and fascia repair to safeguard your home against the elements and boost your curb appeal. Attention to detail is what sets our team apart, so when we repair or replace your siding, we’ll also tend to your soffit and fascia. Contact our team today to request your free inspection and estimate.

The Difference Between Soffit & Fascia

While most homeowners recognize the need for high-quality siding, many are unaware of the important protective role their soffit and fascia play. If you’re unfamiliar with either exterior component, here’s a brief rundown:

  • Soffit is the protective finishing material that runs along the underside of your home’s eaves. It serves to prevent moisture from entering your home through the rafters’ overhang while providing additional attic ventilation. Though it may not be readily visible, soffit also gives your roof and siding a refined, finished appearance.
  • Fascia is the long, horizontal strip of finishing material that lies adjacent to the soffit. These sections of exposed material hang directly down from your home’s eaves and serve as the attachment point for your gutters. Fascia also provides additional support for the lowermost row of shingles on your roof while contributing to your home’s overall curb appeal.

Our Soffit & Fascia Services

At Eastern Roofing & Siding, we know a siding project isn’t complete without soffit and fascia updates. Just as your siding gradually degrades, your soffit and fascia deteriorate over time. Inclement weather and winter ice dams can also cause problems that, when left unchecked, can leave your home susceptible to water damage. We help you maintain your curb appeal and avoid home damage with the following soffit and fascia services:

Soffit & Fascia Repair

Damaged or deteriorating soffit and fascia present a potentially hazardous situation for your home. When your soffit isn’t fully intact, it can allow moisture to enter your attic. As condensation accumulates, mold and mildew can easily take over the space.

Deteriorating fascia also presents an issue because it can no longer safely support the weight of water-filled gutters. In both cases, there’s a high potential for water damage without prompt attention. Whether you’re dealing with age-related degradation or storm damage, we’ll perform soffit and fascia repair in congruence with your existing exterior design.

Soffit & Fascia Replacement

If we determine your soffit or fascia is damaged or aged beyond repair, it’s time for an overhaul. To maintain your curb appeal and exterior protection, we’ll perform soffit and fascia replacement in the same style and color as the remainder of your siding.

New Soffit & Fascia Installation

Every new home needs premium-quality soffit and fascia installation, and our team is ready to deliver it. We’ll help you select from a range of industry-leading materials before structuring the installation to complement your architectural design.

Searching for Soffit Repair Companies Near You? Call Eastern Roofing & Siding Today

Whether you’re looking to repair minor damage or need new soffit and fascia installation, Eastern Roofing & Siding is your go-to choice. For over 25 years, we’ve served homeowners throughout Cottage Grove, Woodbury, and Inver Grove Heights, and the surrounding Twin Cities metro area. Give our team a call at 651-238-1313 to request your free inspection and estimate. Can’t get to the phone? You can also get in touch with us using our contact form.

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