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Apr 28, 2016 Choosing the right type of fascia board. Fascias come in vinyl, aluminium or wood. When choosing which material to have for your home, there are a few things to consider. Think about what colour you want your fascia to be and choose one that matches the colours of the rest of the house.
MDO is an excellent soffit material. Most MDO is sold in 4-foot-wide panels — not the ideal shape for fascia boards and corner trim. To respond to the need for MDO configured for use as exterior trim, Pacific Wood Laminates developed Clear Lam, which is available in dimensions similar to sawn lumber, in lengths up to 24
PVC & Composite Trimboards. Looking for trim that never needs paint and won't rot, split or yellow? Made with the latest composite technology, composite trim boards won't rot, absorb moisture, delaminate or split. You can cut, profile, nail, screw and install the boards like conventional wood trim. Ideal for fascia, frieze,
Nov 22, 2017 Different types offer different advantages and disadvantages. One kind of fascia you may be best for others but not for you. So what is fascia board made of? You can choose from the different types of fascia materials in replacing your fascia boards. There are wood, composite, vinyl and aluminum materials
May 30, 2011 Most modern homes built with conventional lumber and either hand-cut or trussed rafters are fitted with fascia boards to cover the exposed rafter ends. The fascia The cost of using composite lumber for fascia can be twice that of other materials, yet its long-term durability makes it a reasonable expense.
Oct 7, 2015 Q: On a recent deck project, I installed 1-inch by 8-inch Transcend fascia boards according to the manufacturer's installation guidelines, which called for fastening the fascia to 2x8 framing with a pair of Starborn DeckFast fascia screws a maximum of 18 inches apart (actually, we secured the fascia to