What is a soffit?
Soffit refers to the exposed siding on the underside of your roof’s overhang. Since soffit can’t be seen from the street, it makes little impact on your home’s curb appeal, but it can be viewed from your front door or porch. Soffit is available in many materials, including wood, aluminum, and vinyl. Most homes have soffit that matches their siding, but you can always mix it up if you prefer. Soffit is important because it has venting that ensures proper airflow between your roof and attic–if the airflow is impeded it can cause mold to form. It also helps protect your home from outside pests, like insects.
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"Soffit" is Originated from the French language, and signifies "something fixed underneath." It's most generally utilized around a structure's principle rooftop, however, soffit can be utilized under patios, under curves or segments, under a trip of stairs… practically anything that has a noticeable roof. It is usually made in aluminum and vinyl, just as fiber concrete, wood, and steel.
What is fascia?
The fascia board is the one mounted at the point where the roof meets the outer walls of the house and is often called the ROOFLINE. However, most people refer to it by the name of the mainboard that carries the gutter – the fascia or fascias.
Unfortunately, not many people are familiar with these terms, so we thought you might appreciate a few words of explanation.
The descriptions uPVC, PVCu and PVCue are often used to describe PVC fascias, soffits and bargeboards. You probably know what PVC means. The "u" stands for "unplasticized", meaning that it isn't a pliable PVC like some kids toys, etc, and the "e" stands for "expanded". Expanded or foamed PVC produces a light, strong board that is thicker than an equivalent rigid PVC board.
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