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Soffit and Fascia Repair Contractors in Green Bay

Overhead Solutions' Green Bay roofing contractors offer soffit and fascia repair and replacement services for homeowners in Brown County. Your fascia and soffit are the unsung heroes of your roofing system. When they become damaged, the effects can be catastrophic for your home. Our roofing experts will help you identify the problems and make the proper repairs, or recommend a full replacement if the damage is substantial enough.

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What is the Difference Between a Fascia and a Soffit?

A fascia is the horizontal board that runs along the edge of a roof, typically at the point where the roof meets the walls of the building. Its main function is to act as a protective barrier for the ends of the rafters and the trusses that make up the roof structure. It also serves as a mounting surface for gutters and other roof-related components. A fascia can also be used to improve the overall aesthetic appearance of a building by covering the ends of the rafters and providing a clean, finished look.

A soffit is on the underside of the eave. Its main function is to provide ventilation to the attic and protect the underside of the eaves from water damage. A well-ventilated attic helps to prevent heat buildup and moisture damage, which can lead to mold growth and rot. Additionally, a soffit can also be used for decorative purposes, to complement the overall aesthetic of a building.

Common Fascia Repairs We Perform

Replacing damaged or rotting wood: When wood begins to rot or becomes damaged by Mother Nature, it may need to be removed and replaced with new wood.

Resealing or repainting the surface: Repainting and resealing fascia improves the look of your fascia while also protecting it from water damage.

Reinforcing fascia: When a fascia starts to sag or bend, it may need to be reinforced to protect the integrity of your roofing system.

Common Soffit Repairs We Perform

Cleaning: Dirt and debris can clog up your soffit, causing it to struggle to regulate airflow. A simple cleaning may help your home be more energy efficient.

Replacing missing or damaged portions: When part of your soffit goes missing or becomes damaged, the problem should be fixed as soon as possible. Holes in your soffit create opportunities for birds, insects or other critters to create nests inside your home.

Fixing or filling holes and cracks: Fixing small holes and cracks in your soffit ensures energy efficiency and helps prevent water damage and moisture build-up.

Contact Overhead Solutions today for all your soffit and fascia repair needs!