Soffit and Fascia Services

The soffit of your roof provides it with ventilation, so your property’s temperature can be well-regulated. The fascia is the board that runs alongside the roof. It helps to give it a finished look. While both of these components are essential for the appearance and function of your roof, neither will last forever. Over time, both will accumulate wear and tear as well as actual damage.

Soffits and fascias encounter different problems as they age. The most common issues with soffits are pest infestation, moisture damage, and dry rot. With the fascias, decay and rot are the most common causes of problems, as most fascias are constructed of wood. But there is good news. No matter what the issue is with your soffits and/or fascias, Texas Disaster Restoration can help you repair them all in a breeze!

Do Your Soffits and Fascias Need Replacing?

While most of us don’t even think about the soffits and fascias on the roof, there are some simple ways to tell if yours need to be replaced:

• Cracking or flaking paint

• Signs of asbestos (contact Texas Disaster Restoration if you need help with this)

• Pest infestation

• Poor ventilation

• Water in the roof void

If you need any assistance whatsoever with inspecting your soffits and fascias, please just let us know. We provide comprehensive soffit and fascia repairs and replacements. We hire only the very best people, who are trained and certified. They also want to make sure your property is as protected as possible. With our help, you won’t have anything to worry about.


Typically, a roof’s edges will overhang your property. These edges are usually called eaves or rafters. But when the underside of it is finished, it is called a soffit, which means “something fixed underneath.” While normally constructed using wood, a soffit can also be made of fiber cement or any other finishing material.

The primary function of a soffit is to provide ventilation to your property. If it isn’t functioning properly, your property may become very hot. In turn, this can lead to even more problems, such as ice dams during the winter months and the premature breakdown of shingles. Improper ventilation can also cause the humidity level inside the building to increase, leading to potential mold and mildew issues. The soffit also protects the underside of the roof from the weather.

Wood, vinyl, and fiber cement are the primary materials used for soffits. Each has its pros and cons. Wood requires periodic maintenance and replacement of rotting boards or panels. Vinyl can easily become discolored when used as a soffit and may warp during the summer months. If you’d like some help with deciding which is best for your purposes, please just ask us. We’d be more than happy to help.


The fascia usually comprises anything that covers exposed roof rafters, trusses, and open cavities. It sits directly underneath the roof’s edge and also supports the gutter system. Its purpose is to keep moisture out of the cavity. Materials used include wood, PVC, composite, vinyl, and aluminum-wrapped boards. While wood is the most common material used, be advised that it’s susceptible to rot and mold.

If a fascia becomes warped, rotted, split, or cracked, it can greatly compromise its ability to support the gutters, which can lead to gutters pulling away from the roof or even collapsing completely. That’s why it’s so necessary to handle fascia repair at the first sign of a potential issue.

Texas Disaster Restoration’s experienced crew can take care of any fascia problems that crop up. We can also help you inspect and maintain it periodically to ensure it’s lasting as long as possible.

Service Areas for Fascia & Soffit Repairs

Texas Disaster Restoration serves the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We are a family-owned business that will arrive at the jobsite, ready to go within an hour of your call. We’re available 24/7 with live operators to assist you anytime you need it. To learn more about the individual municipalities of the Metroplex we serve, we invite you to explore the pages linked below.

Frequently Asked Questions About Fascia & Soffit Repairs

1What are some common issues with soffits and fascias?
The two most common soffit and fascia problems are aesthetic issues and damage that allows them to retain moisture.
2How long should soffits and fascias typically last?
While 10 years is the standard warranty length when it comes to soffits and fascias, the lifespan you can expect from your soffits and fascias will depend on other factors, including weather conditions, maintenance level, and quality of materials.
3Can soffits be replaced without replacing the fascias?
No. It’s simply not possible because the soffit is located beneath the fascia. You can’t replace soffits without removing the fascia boards.

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