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Goodbye, home-protection worries

Fascia—known as ‘senepa’—has a very practical purpose: aside from fortifying rain gutters to help weather-proof our homes, and prevent moisture from entering the house through gaps between the roof and eaves, it adds a decorative accent to the home’s façade. Filipino homes have very specialized needs when it comes to fascia,  because of the consistently harsh weather in the Philippines. Created to withstand  typhoons, long months of heavy rains, humidity and months of extreme heat, HardieFlex® Senepa offers a good  the mix of durable performance and versatility. Fascia is one of the trims and details under the roof that can bring a house’s exterior design elements together. As a finishing touch, it can either add vibrancy, whimsical touch, modern flavor, or classic sophistication to provide contrast to the roof’s design.

Topics: Fascia , senepa

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