PVC Soffit System Resembles Traditional Coastal-Style Roofs

The PVC soffit system replicates the details of a traditional timber-framed Coastal-style roof with tongue-and-groove decking.

The PVC soffit system replicates the details of a traditional timber-framed Coastal-style roof with tongue-and-groove decking.

Architects and builders can now specify a weather-resistant, zero-maintenance PVC soffit system, from Hardie Boys Inc. (HB). The soffit system replicates the details of a traditional timber-framed Coastal-style roof with tongue-and-groove decking.

The system, according to HB Vice President Lionel Guzman, includes a range of fascia, soffit-panel, frieze-board and rafter-tail components compatible with British West Indies, Dutch West Indies, Coastal, Florida Vernacular and Key West architecture. He described it as the result of decades spent studying the region’s architecture while collaborating with architects and builders to solve material, design, and fabrication challenges.

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