Gutters, Soffits and Fascia
Gutters, Soffits and Fascia are the final decorative touches that create a classic finish to the exterior of your home. These materials give extra value while eliminating the need to paint. Titan uses soffit materials which are available in vinyl or aluminum with matching colors in aluminum fascia.
Titan Construction's gutters, soffits & fascia will add the finishing touches to your home's appearance and eliminate some future maintenance. That's why professional installation is highly recommended by a licensed contractor such as Titan. When looking for a quality installation company, look no further than our team. We have specialized in the installation of these boards for over 15 years.
“I had three estimates set up for new fascia and gutters. The only company who actually showed was Titan Construction. I would most definitely recommend [them] to others, as well as consider them for future projects.”
—Marcie Tafoya, Angie's List
“Came highly recommended. Worked quickly. They were a big help in my time of need.”
—Jocelyn Kidd, Angie's List
About soffits and fascia
Soffit and fascia materials can come in several different styles. Fascia installation is a vital aspect of proper roof construction. The fascia is found underneath the roof line just behind the gutters. It extends around the entire building. Wood is the most commonly used material for fascia although vinyl and aluminum are also used.
Fascia board is a type of roof trim which is commonly used on houses. It is mounted on the exposed ends of rafters or the top of exterior walls to create a layer between the edge of the roof and the outside. The fascia on a home serves two functions, both as decorative as well as a protective shell. The fascia board is installed at the edges of the rafter's tails or trusses on your roof. This provides the home's roof with a more appealing sightline. The fascia board also serves to protect the inside of the home's attic from damage due to weather or animals. Not all styles of home design feature fascia board, but many do.
In situations where the edge of the roof has no overhang and is flush with the wall, the fascia board may be designed to include vents in the soffit, while in some cases, soffit may be under the drip eave, hidden behind the fascia board. The fascia boards on your home also aid in supporting and securing your gutter system.