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Focusing our work in the Lake George, Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls and the Adirondack North Country regions of New York, we are a Roofing Contractor with over 25 years experience offering a comprehensive range of Commercial and Residential roofing services & products.



Adirondack Roofing LLC is a full service roofing contractor with over 25 years experience serving the Lake George, Glens Falls, Saratoga, and North Country regions of New York. We offer a comprehensive range of Commercial and Residential roofing services including installation and repair to your Roofline.


Fascia, Soffit and Roofline Facts:


For those unfamiliar with such terms as Fascia and Soffit and their components (or Roofline as the industry refers to it), then allow us to provide you some basic information.


  • Roofline refers to the Wood, Aluminum or UPVC plastic boarding around your home between the roof and the walls. Usually, this is where guttering is fixed, but not all roof sides have guttering (gable ends). Guttering is also included in the term Roofline.
  • Traditionally, roofline was wooden but UPVC plastic and Aluminum are now very popular.
  • Re-painting of wooden roofline yearly is usually recommended.
  • Aluminum and UPVC plastic roofline have become the modern materials of choice. They are extremely low maintenance and do not rot.
  • There are a wide variety of colors available so you can complement the color of  windows or doors etc.



To help identify the individual parts that make up Roofline, here's a quick guide:


  • Guttering – available in many shapes, sizes and colors, it’s the half “pipe” and down spouts that collect rain water from the roof edges and take it to drainage on the ground. This also includes the clips that the guttering fixes to the roofline with.
  • Usually in aluminum or plastic.
  • Fascia – this is the boarding that guttering normally fixes to. It’s usually straight lengths.
  • Bargeboards – these are the fascia boards that follow gable end rooflines. They are usually cut to form a neat join at the apex of the roof (eaves end) and the gable end (where bargeboard meets fascia).
  • Soffits – this is the boarding that runs right angle to the wall surface, facing downwards. It’s very often ventilated with mesh covered slots to allow roof space to breathe.
  • Cladding - this is the 'overlapping planking' you see on some properties either in gable ends, or on walls. Again traditionally wooden, and also available in insulated Aluminum and UPVC plastic in a tongue and groove overlapping style.




Whatever your roofline need, Adirondack Roofing can provide you expert service and assist you in selecting quality products, backed by over 25 years experience. Call us today for your FREE evaluation and quote!