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Question DetailsAsked on 6/5/2013

how much to replace 20 feet of gutter, soffit and fascia

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Two notes #1 20 feet is going to cost you more per foot that 100 feet. #2 All prices are relative to Your market ie Omaha is less expensive than St Lious. Here expect to pay on the 100 foot job $5 to $6 per foot of gutter (5" aluminum) plus the $4 to $5 a foot for the downspouts and $15 to $20 for soffit and facsia covering ie vinyl soffit panels and painted or vinyl clad aluminum covering the fascia. In the trade a soffit & fascia job.

Jim Casper Gutter & Gutter Cover contractor in Iowa & Nebraska

ps see my website for blogs on gutters & covers


Answered 6 years ago by jccasper


Two addendum comments to JCCasper's comments:

1) if your fascia boards and soffit are decaying, find the reason before/as you have them replaced - they should not rot in normal use, although of course eventually the paint will peel with age. If rotting, it may mean you have water running down under the shingles, over (or under) the felt or ice and water shield, gutter installed leel or tilted to back so overflow is going down the fascia board, or it may mean you need metal drip edge put in under the shingles so water does not wick back under the shingkles to the sheathing and from there, down the fascia board. Another possible cause of rotting fascia boards is water penetrating the roof or condensing on the underside of the sheathing and trickling down the underside of the sheathing to the back side of the fascia board - it can do this for over 10 feet !

2) if your fascia boards and/or soffit are rotted and it has gotten into the sheathing or joist ends, those should be treated to kill the rot, and any rotted portions repaired or replaced (depending on extent of damage), otherwise it will just continue to spread.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


how much to replace a20 feet facia and gutters

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