Soffit helps save energy costs and prevent damage to your home
Soffit is more important than you might think. Soffit is what forms the flat area under the eaves, bridging the gap between the siding and roof lines. It provides vital ventilation to and from the attic as well as protection from weather.
As an added benefit you can stop painting your wooden soffits with our maintenance free finish that will look beautiful decade after decade.
Soffit provides much needed attic ventilation
Soffit provides vital ventilation to and from your attic. This ventilation is necessary because it:
1. Can help save energy costs. The proper balance of soffit and roof ventilation improves the comfort level inside the house by preventing heat buildup in the attic and keeping air conditioning costs to a minimum.
2. Helps roofing materials last longer
3. Prevents moisture buildup in the winter, which means less likelihood of mold, mildew, wood rot and poor indoor air quality. It also helps to fight the formation of ice dams, large groups of icicles hanging from your roof line, which can damage your roof or gutters and cause indoor water leaks.
4. Prevents damage to personal items stored in the attic.
5. Is required by most shingle manufacturers to validate the full terms of the shingle warranty.
Aluminum Soffit is Versatile
Rollex aluminum soffit beautifully complements brick, stucco, fiber cement or vinyl siding with a beautiful, maintenance free finish.
Available in a wide array of complementary colors to perfectly accentuate your home's exterior.
Use Stealth Soffit for ventilation without unsightly holes
Enjoy the beautiful smooth surface of Stealth Soffit while taking advantage of its hidden ventilation perforations. The design incorporates rows of small holes hidden from view along both sides of the panel’s deep, dovetail grooves. The recessed air holes, invisible to observers, are also virtually immune to penetration by wind-driven rain or snow.
Rollex aluminum Stealth Soffit is perfectly vented to promote continuous airflow, a necessary component to keeping attics cool and dry.