How to Address Your Soffit Issues

How to Address Your Soffit Issues

Many homes have their roofs extend past the exterior wall, which creates a gap between the edge of the roof and the siding of the home. This gap is covered by what’s called a soffit. The word is from both a French term that means “formed as a ceiling” and a Latin term for “to fix underneath”. It can be made of wood or the same material as your siding.

Soffits and Fascias: Why Do They Need Venting?

Soffits and Fascias: Why Do They Need Venting?

As a homeowner, it’s important that you understand your home as much as possible. That way, you can prepare for the challenges that you may face when it comes to maintaining it. In line with this, many homeowners are asking their contractors everything they can about their roofing, siding and even the soffits and fascias to better understand their home. In fact, when it comes to the soffits and fascias, there is one recurring question that some homeowners ask: why do they need venting?

Signs You Need to Fire Your Roofer

Signs You Need to Fire Your Roofer

It’s always best that you hire a roofing professional to get the repairs or replacements you need. Unfortunately, there are some contractors who are only reliable during negotiations. Once they’re hired, and you’ve signed the contract, they may begin to show signs that they may be not as reliable as you think they are. If this happens, you should take it as a sign that it’s time to release them from your employ. But how exactly can you tell if it’s time to fire your roofers?

Look for these signs:

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