Like trim, fascia serves the home by helping to keep moisture out and away from the roof when installed properly. It also supports the roof, shingles, and gutters, which help direct water away from the home.
Wooden fascia boards are covered with aluminum fascia to prevent rot and insect damage. To match the piece with your siding or trim, choose from a variety of finishes, including white and brown.
Where the roof meets the outside wall, an aluminum fascia is put, and a soffit is used beneath the fascia board. The aluminum product line comes in a variety of custom colors and sizes. If you have any questions about the best solutions for your project, we are here to help.
Copper was appreciated in architectural design as early as 4500 BC, which may surprise you. Hundreds of years old churches and cathedrals continue to stand guard by their original copper roofs and doors. The naturally occurring metal not only keeps getting more beautiful with age but gets better.
Copper results in a distinctive and captivating finishing appearance. This metal not only enhances the beauty of your area but also offers it a classic feel. Individual patinas that can develop blue or green are created as copper ages as a result of spontaneous oxidation. The rate of development is influenced by environmental variables including humidity and air salinity levels.
A structure is covered in metal fascia from the drip edge to the soffit for additional security and a polished appearance. The fascia board, a wooden trim piece fitted along your home’s roofing edge, is covered by metal fascia. Simply described, it fills the space between a building’s walls and roof.