1. Reduces water damage

Fascia and soffits are designed to protect your home from rain, snow and wind damage. They also prevent water from entering your home through the attic or basement ceiling.

2. Prevents structural damages

By covering your roof, fascia and soffits keep it dry and free from debris. This helps reduce the risk of structural damage caused by rot, corrosion, mould growth and rot that can lead to more expensive repairs later on.

3. Improves energy efficiency

A well-maintained fascia and soffit system helps keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter because they keep out heat-stealing cold drafts while keeping sunlight out of your attic during the day. This maintains consistent temperatures throughout the year which saves you money on heating and cooling bills every month.

4. Keeps homes cool in summer and warm in winter

Fascia and soffit systems also help make your home more comfortable year round by protecting it from extreme temperatures outside your door step which can make your whole family feel more comfortable when it comes time for them to spend time indoors working or relaxing.

5. Protects your home from pests and moisture damage

Fascia and soffit systems also help prevent damage to your home because they keep out pests such as termites, wood-boring beetles, ants, water damage and mold that can cause serious structural problems over time.

6. Keeps your home looking beautiful

New Fascia and soffit systems are made from high-quality materials that can last for decades without showing any signs of wear and tear. When properly installed, they also help protect the integrity of your home’s exterior which means you won’t have to worry about painting or replacing it in the future.

You could save money financially with new fascia and soffit products

The beauty of fascia and soffit products is their longevity. The materials stand up to the elements for decades and can be installed at a fraction of the cost of a full-blown renovation. Fascia and soffit products are an inexpensive way to give your home a fresh, new look without breaking your budget.

This is great news for people who are looking to save money on their next renovation, or who are looking to make smart investments that will provide value over time. In many cases, the upfront cost is far lower than the cost of a complete facelift. When you consider that fascia and soffit products come with warranties that protect against water damage and other weather-related damage, it’s easy to see how they can end up saving buyers money in the long run.

A professionally installed fascia and soffit system will make your home look better

If you have ever walked into a home that had new fascia and soffit installed, it was hard not to notice how clean, modern, and well put-together the house seemed. The difference between a home with or without these features is like night and day.

A professional installation of new fascia and soffit will improve the look of your home in many ways:

first and foremost, it will add character to your home. The right type of wood will give your house a nice, warm feeling while the metal trim will provide durability and security. It’s no surprise that the neighbourhood with the nicest houses seems to have the most well-kept exteriors on their homes.

Secondly, new fascia and soffit will add value to your home. Home buyers are looking for homes that have curb appeal—not just from the outside but also from the inside out—and a nice exterior detail is an easy way to do this. Many people consider new siding or stucco as an upgrade for their homes, but in many cases a new soffit can be just as beautiful as stucco or brick (especially when you consider the cost). In addition, one less thing for you to worry about is always

You won’t have to paint your fascia every year like you did with the old one

Old fascia boards were made of wood, so you had to paint them every year to protect the wood from drying out and warping. You also had to paint them every year because the old paint would eventually crack and chip away from the wood, and you’d be left with unsightly marks that needed to be covered up.

In newer synthetic versions, you don’t have to worry about any of that!

The new fascia board is made of a material called “thermoplastic,” and it doesn’t need paint because it already has an integral, UV-resistant coating on it. This plastic coating is practically impervious to the elements, so you can save yourself a lot of time by not having to repaint your house every year.

Contact John Parker Fixings for Fascia & Soffits

When you take into account all of these benefits, fascia is clearly an attractive product that every homeowner should consider getting in their home. Before choosing it however, it’s important to make sure you know exactly what kind of fascia would work best for your specific needs and preferences. This is why it is best to contact us for a free quote and to discuss, call us now on 01473 270008