How many pieces of soffit are in a box?
Double 5˝ packaged 20 pieces, 12´0˝ long, 2 squares per carton.
What material is used for soffits?
Choosing the Best Material for Soffits
- Wood. Wood is one of the oldest materials used for soffits, and like wood siding is still around today.
- Vinyl. Vinyl soffits are another option that emerged along with vinyl siding in the 1950s.
- Aluminum. Aluminum is another material that’s been around for decades as a covering for the exterior of houses.
- Fiber Cement.
How do you install plywood soffit?
Fit the first panel of soffit, painted face down, with one narrow end against the inside face of the front gable with its long edges against the back of the fascia and the face of the wall. Nail up through the soffit into the bottom edge of the joists above with 2 inch pin nails, one every 8 inches.
How do I calculate how much soffit I need?
Multiply the total length by the width to obtain the area of soffit needed to fill the gap. For example, if the total eaves length is 110 feet, and the width is 2 feet, multiply 110 by 2. The result, 220 in this example, is the number of square feet of soffit required.
How long is a piece of soffit?
Soffit panels are available in 12-ft. lengths, 12- or 16-in. widths and vented or unvented. Vented soffit has thousands of perforations that allow air to flow through but keep insects out.
How much does it cost to repair soffit?
Replacing your soffit generally costs about $20 to $30 a linear foot installed, while replacing your fascia costs about $15 to $25 a linear foot installed. Prices for the project depend on a number of factors, including the materials used and the size of your house.