Soffit / Fascia

Your Overhang

Soffits fit underneath the roof overhang and are usually perforated to allow for attic ventilation. A small, trough-shaped strip called J-channel caps the edge of the soffit that sits along the wall, while also holding the soffit in place.

Fascia covers the outer face of the roof overhang, the parts of the eaves you see most prominently when looking at a building from the side. During installation, the fascia slips up underneath any drip edge that’s part of the roofing treatment. The bottom edge of all fascia is bent into an L-shape, hooking over the soffit and holding it secure while making the transition joint look good.

At Rockyview Roofing our client’s satisfaction is our number one concern. We are here to ensure that your project is completed on time and at cost. Our specialists are here to work with you step-by-step if need be to ensure that your vision is completed properly. So contact the specialist at Rockyview Roofing to see how we can transform your roof.

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