Is Insulated Vinyl Siding Worth the Money? There’s no question that upgrading your home’s siding is an expensive investment. Much like replacing your roof, new siding on your house is...
Soffit and Fascia
40% Off Siding
Soffits and fascias are very important parts to the exterior of your home. While they give your home a visual appeal, they are also very functional and vital. Both soffit and fascia can help keep birds, bats, squirrels and other pests from nesting inside. The soffits and fascias also provide an elegant and stylish way to hide your attic ventilation.
Soffits and fascias will protect against any water damage and moisture coming into your home when it rains and pours. Protecting your rafters is another job done by the soffit and fascia and helps eliminate any structural damage that could happen. Soffit and fascia are typically made from wood, aluminum or vinyl.
The soffit of a home’s exterior describes the underside of a particular construction element. Soffit can be found most commonly under arches, under exposed areas of any exterior of the home and the overhanging section of the roof.
It can also refer to the horizontal underside of similar architectural structures such as an archway, a staircase or a ceiling. Our siding fascia combines the beauty of genuine wood finish with the durability and easy care convenience of the most advanced vinyl products available.
With hidden ventilation to keep attics cool in the hot summer months, our soffit helps prevent moisture and mold development. While ordinary soffit lacks stiffness and tends to cup once installed, our extra rigid soffit stays flat and provides outstanding appearance and quality year after year.
Fascia is the area on a home’s exterior under the roof edge and runs as a band horizontally across the home. You can think of it as the trim around your roof which is mounted on the exposed ends of the rafters or the top of the exterior walls to create a layer between the edge of the roof and outside.
The fascia protects the roof and the interior of the house from weather damage by blocking its entrance into the home. Fascia plays an essential role in gutter placement and functionality.
It also plays a very important decorative role since it creates a smoother, more even appearance for the edge of your roof. The fascia is a very visible part of your home so it needs to always be taken care of and maintained.
When it comes to your midwest home, you’ll want vinyl soffit and fascia opposed to wood or aluminum. Here are a few reasons why:
- Low maintenance
- No need to paint
- Easily cleaned to keep looking brand new
- Durable against the elements
- Resistant to rot and decay
- More design options with vinyl
- Keep pests out
- Saves you on energy bills
- Aesthetically pleasing
Now that you know more about soffit and fascia, you still might not be sure if you need to replace the soffit and fascia on your home. Here are some warning signs to look for:
- Water damage
- Leaking gutters
- Suspected asbestos
- Infestations of pests
- Bird nests
- Lack of ventilation
- Cracks and flaking paint
Soffits and fascias are an essential part to your home so when it comes time to replace these important components, choose Feldco. At Feldco, we offer vinyl soffit and fascia which will have your home looking great and functioning properly for years to come.
As we offer both soffit and fascia, you can completely transform your home with Feldco’s premium vinyl products and you won’t ever have to think about your home’s exterior again. You can be sure that your home is always protected with our vinyl products.
Increase your curb appeal and protect the structure of your home with soffit and fascia replacement. Our products will give you hidden ventilation, superior strength, and lasting beauty. You’ll have an energy efficient and quality product to last year after year.
We have earned the trust of over 500,000 homeowners with their home improvement projects and you could be next. Start your project today and get a free quote for your soffit and fascia replacement
Get a Siding Quote
Get a free, no-obligation quote by filling out the form below.