We have extensive experience in working in all manner of conditions and on all manner of roofs
We don’t believe that there is such a thing as a big or small job when it comes to roofing.
Two of the most important parts of the roof are the soffit and fascia.
These are detailed here so home owners can understand how they contribute to the overall structure.
The word soffit is derived from the French word for "formed as a ceiling" and the Latin term for "to fix underneath." It is the exposed surface beneath the overhanging section of a roof eave. It can also refer to the horizontal underside of similar architectural structures such as an archway, a staircase or a ceiling.
Part of the function of the soffit is to assist in ventilating the attic. The soffit typically features a plain design with small holes that provide air circulation. The air from the soffit cycles to the vents to draw heat and moisture away from the house. This is a highly important function because moisture in the attic can develop rot in the sheathing and rafters.
Every roofing job is important in its own right and it clearly matters to our customers and clients.
Therefore, it matters to us.
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