Fascia refers to a long, straight board or panel that runs horizontally along the outer edge of a building, typically positioned where the roof meets the outer walls. The fascia board is mounted at the point where the roof structure extends over the building’s exterior walls. Fascia serves both functional and aesthetic purposes. Functionally, it provides support for the lower edge of the roof and the gutter system, helping to direct rainwater away from the building. Aesthetically, it contributes to the overall appearance of the building’s exterior, creating a finished look by covering the exposed ends of rafters and providing a smooth, clean line along the roof edge. Fascia boards can be made of various materials, such as wood, metal, or uPVC, and they often play a role in protecting the underlying roof structure from weather damage.

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