When Should I Use Vented Soffit?
Not sure whether your soffits should be plain or vented? This brief article clears up the confusion.
End caps are used to seal off the cellular core of any cut board that is exposed, i.e. where it is not covered by a joint or corner trim. Bullnose end caps are most commonly used when the board itself is being used as an internal window board rather than a fascia board.
End caps can be cut to size with a hacksaw as required. They are fixed to the end of the board using our industrial superglue and activator.
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