Gutters, Soffits & Fascias
Gutter Installation Services
To prevent excess water from permanently damaging your home’s walls and foundation, gutter installation services provided by professional contractors ensure that gutters are securely fixed and accurately match the pitch of the roof. Depending on year-round climate conditions, homeowners living in regions where inclement weather occurs frequently (such as Minnesota!) should consider stainless steel or copper gutters which offer extreme durability in any kind of climate. Alternately, vinyl and aluminum gutters work well in more temperate areas where weather is less severe.
In addition to providing customized gutter installation services, contractors will also install soffits and fascia, two important components associated with gutters that enhance the ability of a roof to keep precipitation from damaging a home. Soffit and fascia installation involves covering the area behind the gutters and below the roofline with wood, aluminum, or vinyl trim. Referred to as fascia “board”, this roof trim is attached to rafter ends or on top of a home’s exterior walls and functions protectively as well as decoratively.
The soffit is any structure’s underside and is usually found beneath your home’s drip eaves. Extending from the exterior wall of a house to the drip eave’s end or to the fascia, a soffit is essential for greatly reducing the risk of water damage due to missing shingles or ice damming.
Taking care of your roof and home with a customized gutter installation as well as replacement of soffits and fascias not only protects your investment but keeps your family safe, sheltered and dry at all times.
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Soffits are the underside of the roof overhang and is often installed with new siding. Soffits can be made from different types of materials including vinyl, aluminum and, wood. Each type of material has some features that make it stand out when compared to others.
There are also various styles and colors of soffits. Typically, soffits will match the trim or siding of the house. It is virtually maintenance-free and keeps pests and animals from getting into the attic. They are also important for the function of your home by providing ventilation for the home and prevents mold and rot under the roof deck. They give a finished look and visual appeal to your overhangs for years to come.
Fascia is the band that runs right along the bottom of the roof and is often included with siding installation. Fascia can be made from different types of materials including vinyl, aluminum, and wood.
There are also various styles and colors of fascia that will match the trim or siding of the house. Fascia protects the ends of the rafters, provides a place for gutter attachment and, keeps water from getting under the roof. Fascia improves the home’s exterior aesthetic and is virtually maintenance-free for years to come.