Replacing Old Soffits and Fascia


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Hi everyone.


I’m looking to replace my old wooden fascia’s and cement board soffits. I’m getting a mixed view on how it should be done. I have seen on a few sites and in manufacturers brochures that the soffits and fascia’s are fixed directly to the roof timbers, with some companies using small off cuts of fascia as a fixing plate/packer. However, I have had some people tell me that I should fit plywood first to strengthen up and allow fixing points for guttering.


What are your views of how it should be done?
 
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I would use a continous vent because it is way easier to install. Just make sure the hole area is slightly smaller than your upper gable or ridge venting. As to fascia, I like a 2x as a stronger edge design for straightness and strength.
 

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