How your home looks on the outside contributes to the overall value of your home. Most homeowners want to have a unified theme when it comes to your home, even when it comes to the smallest details. One small detail is the fascia on your home. As an exterior component, choosing the right fascia can make all the difference in curb appeal and function.
Choose Fascia that Matches the Design of Your Home
Like every other component of your home’s exteriors, your fascia should match your home in aesthetics. If your home is modern, then you want to choose a fascia that’s also modern. Fortunately, there are many options on the market that will allow you to match the look and feel of your home.
Form Must Meet Function with Fascia
Even though you want your fascia to match your home’s exteriors, it’s important that it performs as it should. It must be durable. It must be able to hold a substantial amount of weight. Your gutter system and roof will rely on your fascia, so it must be able to withstand a lot of weight.
Additionally, your fascia must be sized appropriately. Since your fascia will support all of your roof, you don’t want to install the incorrect board size. In fact, hiring a professional to install your fascia may be in your best interest.
Opt for PVC Fascia
When it comes to home projects, it’s important to consider maintaining the addition or repair. The same premise applies when it comes to fascia. As such, most experts recommend PVC fascia because plastic is easy to maintain. You can easily install it, paint it, and clean it without expending a lot of time and effort.
If you opt for wood fascia, there are a number of measures you can take to protect your wood from rot. For instance, you can have it treated to prevent water from damaging the wood and prevent pests from jeopardizing your fascia.
At The Construction Group
, thousands of customers have relied on us to transform their roof, including installing their fascia. You don’t have to attempt this project alone. Give us a call today so that we can get started on your roof today.