Professional Soffit, Trim & Fascia Repair
The term “soffit” refers to the area at the bottom of your eaves and behind your gutters. Soffit is important to the ventilation and lifespan of your roof. If this area becomes damaged, you should make repairs promptly. Sonderby Contracting LLC Roofing & Siding provides experienced soffit repair services, including upgrades to vinyl if desired. Vinyl soffit is most used in our soffit projects because it is durable and ventilates very well. Contact us today for a free inspection and estimate!
Signs Your Roof Needs Soffit Repair
- Flaking or peeling paint: When paint has been damaged for a significant time, that can allow insects and water to cause greater problems with soffits and fascia.
- Leaking/damaged gutters: Gutters that have stopped working properly are often the cause of damage to soffits and fascia. If your gutters are in disrepair, it’s important to check the roof for problems as well.
- Moisture buildup: If you look around your roof line and see wet areas or mold, that is a sure sign that you need to call for a professional inspection and repair.
- Pest intrusion: Insects and rodents can wreak havoc on your soffits and fascia. If you see signs of infestation or any insect damage, your roof line likely needs repair.
About Our Vinyl Soffit Repair & Replacement Service
Sonderby Contracting specializes in soffit repair using vinyl (also referred to as PVC). Vinyl soffits and fascia/trim boards are the new standard in roofing, due to the material’s low cost and exceptional durability compared to wood or metal. Typically, homes have wood boards with a metal “trim” or “capping”. Vinyl trim can replace the old wood and metal design with a more professional look and a material that will not rot. We suggest looking through our gallery to get a better idea of the possibilities with vinyl/PVC soffits and trim.
Schedule an Appointment for a Free Estimate
Sonderby Contracting would be happy to answer any questions about our soffit/trim services and provide you with a free inspection and estimate. Call us today at (484) 566-3908 or fill out the contact form.