Soffits are key construction elements—they cover the underside of your roof eaves and exterior porch ceilings. We offer them in both smooth and vented profiles to meet aesthetic needs as well as code requirements.
The soffit is an important part of the roof that is both aesthetic and functional. These boards cover your eaves to protect your rafters and make your home look complete. They also keep outdoor pests away while providing proper ventilation to your attic. The quality of your soffit boards matter when it comes to the total lifespan of your roof.
The majority of James Hardie soffit panels are available in all the Classic shades that are engineered with long-lasting ColorPlus® Technology, like timber bark, arctic white, and cobble stone.
VENTED SMOOTH- This elegant soffit is exactly as it’s called. Its smooth exterior contains vents so that your attic and roof can properly ventilate, which will prevent problems like ice dams that is rooted in improper temperature distribution. This soffit is available in Statement Collection products, Dream Collection products, and primed for paint.
NON-VENTED SMOOTH- This product is just like the vented smooth soffit but without the vents. It looks good with both smooth and textured siding.
VENTED CEDARMILL©– Homeowners who want to beauty of wood without the upkeep will love this style, which has a texture that mimics wood. It also has vents to promote ventilation.
NON-VENTED CEDARMILL© – This is just like Vented Cedarmill but without the vents. Perfect for places that don’t need ventilation. Just like its counterpart, it is resistant to warping and rotting.
BEADED PORCH PANEL– This product’s unique beaded texture offers a rustic look that suits country homes and historical buildings. Since porch ceilings don’t need ventilation, it’s only available in the smooth version.
With advances in technology and 3D imaging, you can use your phone to get a realistic idea of what your home can look like with new James Hardie siding.
Click here to request a unique link that we'll send to your email. From there, you'll download a free app and take photos of your home.
You’ll get a 3D model rendering that will allow you to experiment with different siding types and colors. Additionally, the app will use real data about your home – like your square footage – so that you can get a realistic price estimate for your project.