Fascia Water Water
damage from termites, water or sun on your home's fascia boards can
indicate larger issues. Ignoring flaking paint, swollen corners or
fungus growing on eaves will only lead to higher repair costs down the
Homes built before 1978 may have paint containing lead on exterior details such as Fascia, and a new EPA law requires these types of repairs to be handled by a certified lead renovation and repair company.
Having an established, insured, EPA lead certified renovation General Contractor and Fascia Repair company to handle your exterior repair projects is important.
Do you have exterior wood fascia repairs you are putting off until you "have the time" to get to them? Let us help you today!
-Edward Flanagan, Owner
Why is Edward's Enterprises Wood Fascia Installations the one to call?
- Edward's Enterprises Fascia Repair and Install Service is locally owned SINCE 1996.
- LICENSED (B 857752) GENERAL CONTRACTOR with the Contractor's State License Board since 2005.
- INSURED: LIABILITY, WORKERS COMPENSATION, AND AUTO to protect our customers and employees.
- Edward's Enterprises is a Certified EPA Lead Renovation firm.
- Our vehicles have the TOOLS to complete most dry rot fascia repairs and replacements.
- Fascia Services are provided by our EXPERIENCED, LONG TERM EMPLOYEES in the field and in the office.
- Edward's Enterprises Fascia covers all of VENTURA COUNTY and the surrounding areas.
- HOURLY RATES and CENTRALIZED SCHEDULING of appointments for our residential and commercial customers.
- We are in the field daily (Monday through Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm).
- AFTER HOURS, EMERGENCY AND WEEKEND rates available to meet our Fascia customer's needs.
When left untreated, damaged fascia can continue to rot the house, attract termites, or fall off. It can also be an indication of a larger problem, such as a roof leak. When ready to repair fascia, there are various materials to choose from. The most reliable materials are: Hardiplank (fiber-cement), wood (Doug Fir, spruce, Cedar). Most houses locally use spruce. The soffit is usually plywood or a type of shiplap or tongue and groove.
“Impressed with the workers and the work. I will recommend Edward’s Enterprises to friends and family.”- Patricia Q.; Malibu, CA
Great tips for cleaning and maintaining your Fascia:
Fasica is the end cap that hides the rafters that support the roof. Rain gutters are attached to the fascia and an easy way to remember where the fasica is, is that it is where you attach the christmas lights. Fasica can be made of any type of wood and can be any size.
In order to keep Fascia in mint condition, it is important to keep it clean. To clean Fascia, mix some water with mild detergent in a bucket. Then spray a section of the fascia with water from a hose. This initial step will help loosen and dirt and grime which will make cleaning easier. Next go ahead and set up a ladder near where you would like to start the cleaning. Using a brush saturate it in soap and water and then scrub the fascia. Then rinse off the scrubbed areas and spray down the next area with water. Continue this cycle of rinsing and cleaning until the entire Fascia is complete. If there are any stubborn stains, a trick is to use 1/3 cup of vinegar and 2/3 cup of water in a spray bottle and then spray and scrub well.
Fascia Repairs: 805-987-2441
Edward's Enterprises can handle many types of improvement projects for you, including:
Edward Samuel Flanagan, Owner. Contractor License # 857752
The California Contractor's State License Board recommends to the consumers in the state of California to be especially cautious when "good deals" are offered, especially when they involve "leftover" materials. Verify the contractor’s license at www.cslb.ca.gov or call 1-800-321-CSLB (2752). Don’t pay more than 10 percent or $1,000, whichever is less, as a down payment.