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How long does a fascia repair project take?

The duration of a fascia repair project can vary depending on several factors, including the

extent of the damage, the size of the property, and the complexity of the repair. In general, a

straightforward fascia repair on a single-family home can typically be completed within one to

two days. Here's a breakdown of the timeline for a fascia repair project:

1. Assessment: The contractor will begin by assessing the extent of the damage to the

fascia boards and determining the necessary repairs. This initial assessment may take a

few hours, depending on the complexity of the project.

2. Preparation: Once the assessment is complete, the contractor will gather the necessary

materials and tools for the repair. This may involve ordering replacement fascia boards

and any other supplies needed for the project.

3. Repair work: The actual repair work will involve removing the damaged fascia boards,

replacing them with new ones, and ensuring that they are properly secured and sealed.

The repair process may also include addressing any underlying issues, such as water

damage or rot.

4. Finishing touches: After the repair work is complete, the contractor will finish the

project by painting or staining the new fascia boards to match the existing exterior of

the home. This may require an additional day for the paint or stain to dry properly.

Overall, while a fascia repair project can typically be completed within one to two days, the

exact timeline may vary depending on the specific circumstances of the repair. It's essential to

work with a qualified and experienced contractor who can accurately assess the situation and

provide a realistic timeline for the project. Need your fascia inspected by us here at Castle?

You can schedule your free inspection now by clicking here.


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