A band, sash, or fillet; especially, in surgery, a bandage or roller.
A flat member of an order or building, like a flat band or broad fillet; especially, one of the three bands which make up the architrave, in the Ionic order. See Illust. of Column.
A broad well-defined band of color.
Externally, the board on the ends of rafters usually carrying the guttering (rain trough).
Vertical roof trim located along the perimeter of a building, usually below the roof level. It's use can be either decorative or for waterproofing.
Horizonital board fitted along the length of the building to the edge of the truss overhangs.
The board to which the gutters are fixed.
It is a horizontal belt or vertical faces that is usually used in combination with mouldings.
An exterior trim board that defines the outer edge of a roof overhang at the eaves and gable ends, its wide face aligned with the plane of the walls.
A fascia describes any cover board or framed metal assembly at the edge or eaves of a flat, sloping, or overhanging roof which is placed vertically to protect the edge of the roof.
A flat horizontal band that appears as a vertical face.
Usually made of steel or timber and fixed to the rafter ends onto which a gutter system can be attached. Internal fascia means the gutter is between the fascia and the house. External fascia means the fascia is between the gutter and the house.
A horizontal, flat element, often combined with a cornice and architrave.
The board which covers the ends of the roof rafters.
a vertical member attached to the ends of the roof structure and often the backing of the gutter.
The facing board around the upper trim line of a house. That piece of board that faces outward just under the shingles.
A strip of wood, which covers the ends of rafters and to which external guttering is fixed.
A decorative board used to cover the front and side rim joists.
Trim board that covers the ends of the rafters
The board which forms the outer side of a cornice.
A horizontal decorative board fixed horizontally along the eaves to finish the roof edge
Trim board applied to the end of a house's overhang (i.e., end of joist), used for the outer face or a "box cornice".
The vertical segment of the "face" board that appears at the end of the rafter or roof truce.
Board nailed vertically to the end of roof rafters; sometimes used for gutter support.
Wood or other trim covering the ends of the rafters.
Any cover board at the edge or eaves of a flat, sloping, or overhanging roof which is placed in a vertical position to protect the edge of the roof assembly.
Latin = band or bandage, hence the fibrous wrapping of muscles - deep fascia, or the subcutaneous layer of fatty connective tissue - superficial fascia, adjective, fascial.
a flat horizontal facing member, generally beneath eaves or cornices.
A flat long finishing band or board, used at the outer edge of a cornice , or to conceal rafter ends.
Cover board or metal at edges or eaves of a roof which is placed in a position vertically to protect the edge of the roof.
(FAWSH-ee-aw) A sheet or band of dense connective tissue that structurally supports organs and tissues. Deep fascia surrounds muscle, and superficial fascia separates the skin and muscle layers.
A horizontal piece covering the joint between the top of a wall and the projecting eaves, often used to conceal the ends of rafters.
Flat flashing found at the end of a roof overhang. Usually used to cover 2 x 6, 2 x 8, or 2 x 10 material.
A flat, relatively narrow horizontal belt in an architrave or used in combination with moldings.
Roof trim, typically wood, located along the perimeter of a building, usually just below the roof level.
An unornamented area across the middle portion of a valve in pennate diatoms, generally rectangular and band-shaped
a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc
a flat molding attached to the architrave of an Ionic Order
The exterior horizontal trim around rafters. Also positioned right behind gutters and over gable trim boards.
A relatively broad, flat, horizontal board, used to cover the rafter tails, at the eaves.
A flat horizontal band between moldings.
Exterior horizontal visible flat front trim board that caps the rafter tail ends.
A flat horizontal wooden member used as a facing at the ends of roof rafters and in the cornice area.
A flat board used to cover rafter/truss ends at the eaves of the roof.
A horizontal piece (such as a board) covering the joint between the top of a wall and the projecting eaves of a roof.
Trimboard behind the gutter and eaves.
A timber member fixed to the end of a roof rafter that usually supports a spouting, sometimes with applied decoration.
The board that encloses the ends of a roof overhang.
A broad, flat, horizontal surface, sometimes used to cover a joint, or as the outer edge of a cornice. Also facia.
The fascia is that part of the roof where the end is capped by a wide trimming board that supports the gutter. The fascia board is more often these days constructed of colorbond metal and is attached to the end of the roof rafters.
Flat boards which enclose the eaves.
The vertical trim board that encloses the end of the Rafter Tails.
A flat board that forms part of a cornice and covers the ends of the roof rafters.
A flat, horizontal board enclosing the overhang under the eave.
The visible flat front board that caps the rafter tail ends and encloses the overhang under the eave that runs along the roof edge and at the edge of the roofing at the gables. The gutter is usually attached to this board at the eaves.
The term given to the planes into which the architrave of the Ionic an Corinthian orders is subdivided, or to a flat projecting band. Back
Flat vertical board used to hide ends of roof rafters
a flat member or broad band, generally used in the architrave of the more elegant orders. They are divided into three bands; the lower called the first fascia, the middle one the second, and the upper one the third fascia.
A wood trim board used to hide the cut ends of the roof's rafters and sheathing. Fascia is either one by or two by lumber. The gutter system is usually nailed to the fascia. French (Bordure de toit)
Horizontal trim at the eaves that covers the rafter ends.
A horizontal band or board, often used to conceal the ends of rafters; the front of an object.
Trim along the edge of the eaves.
These are flat boards that run horizontally along the roof to provide a base for attaching the gutters.
The visible flat front board that caps the rafter tail ends and fly rafter edges.
Exterior perimeter of the roof just below the roof-line, perpendicular to the overhang. Often covered with aluminum for a maintenance-free exterior.
A molding simply of a thin, blank band.
The flat surface located at the outer end of a roof overhang or cantilever end.
Boards installed to a roof to protect the ends of trusses or rafters and on which gutters are attached.
Flat board fixed vertically against edge of roof to cover top of brick, often has gutter fixed to it.
a plain or moulded facing board.
A decorative board extending down from the roof edge either at the eave or at the rake.
The boards used to cover rim joists and end joists. Also called "skirt".
A flat board that runs horizontally along the eaves of a roof, typically capping the ends of the roof rafters to give the roof edge a more finished look and provide a base for attaching gutters.
A flat, horizontal band or board.
The boards that enclose the eaves.
( bordure de toit) a finish element covering the face of eaves and roof projections.
Flat wood member covering a section of eave or cornice. The roof gutter is supported by this fascia.
A flat board, band or face located at the outer edge of the cornice, parallel to with the exterior house face, and secured to the house face.
Runs horizontally across the ends of the roof rafters ends, creating the â€œedgeâ€ of the roof.
A vertical board that covers the curtain heading.
A flat, horizontal member of a building in the shape of a band, used as molding or joint covering.
The boards running along the bottom of the eaves. Guttering is usually attached to the fascia.
a long flat horizontal surface of wood or stone under eaves or cornice.
(1) in steep-slope roofing, a board that is nailed to the ends of a roof rafter; sometimes supports a gutter; (2) in a low-slope roofing, the vertical or steeply sloped roof or trim located at the perimeter of a building. Typically, it is a border for the low-slope roof system.
horizontal piece (such as a board) covering the joint between the top of a wall and the projecting eaves; also called fascia board.
Cover board or framed metal used to protect the edge of the roof assembly.
a vertical wood member, such as a cedar 1" x 6", which is nailed to the ends of the rafters and is often the backing of the gutter.
A broad and well-defined continuous horizontal band of cast stone at least header high.
A flat board, band or face located at a cornice's outer edge. Felt / underlayment: A sheet of asphalt-saturated material (often called tar paper) used as a secondary layer of protection for the roof deck.
A plain band with a vertical face.
Material attached along the gable line of a home or other building structure. They may bee made of aluminum, metal, wood, vinyl or a composite. Drainage gutters are normally attached to the fascia.
a plain horizontal band
An accessory whose function is to enhance the appearance of a wall. Also used to cover the eave or gable of a building.
A board that connects the ends of the roof rafters and provides a surface to support gutters.
A vertical board nailed to the lower ends of rafters.
A flat horizontal band in the vertical plane (e.g., exterior face of the deck).
A flat horizontal board that is attached to the ends of projecting roof beams.
THE VERTICAL PART OF THE CORNICE SECURED TO THE RAFTER TAILS ON WHICH GUTTER CAN BE MOUNTED.
Board at edge of roof, situated behind gutter.
The board that forms the outer side of a cornice.
The trim board that usually covers the exposed ends of rafters or overhang.
a vertical or steeply sloped roof or trim located at the perimeter of a building. Typically, it is a border for the low-slope roof system that waterproofs the interior portions of the building.
Boards that are attached around the sides of the deck floor, covering the ends of the deck boards and the perimeter joists for decorative purposes.
A flat horizontal member of a cornice placed in a vertical position.
The flat, vertical surface immediately below the edge of a roof. It is the surface a gutter would be attached to. The term fascia can also be used to describe other flat vertical surfaces in a home.
A flat horizontal member of an order or building having the form of a flat board.
1. Horizontal, flat trim pieces that are used around the outer end of roof rafters at eave/wall junctures. 2. Horizontal bands, with each band projecting out from a wall a bit more than the one below. This creates a tiered molding around a window or door. 3. Board connecting the ends of the roof rafters and providing a surface to support gutters.
fleet, vertical member of cornice attached to outer edge of eave at end of rafter.
A flat, vertical face member or band at the surface of a building or the edge beam of a bridge, or exposed eaves of a building; also spelled Facia; a flat member of a cornice or other finish; generally the board of the cornice to which the gutter is fastened.
Horizontal boards attached to rafter/truss ends at the eaves and along gables; roof drain gutters are attached to the fascia
A board nailed across the ends of the rafters at the eaves. Also: facia
Fascia is a term which generally describes any vertical surface which spans across the top of columns or across the top of a wall. From the Latin word, meaning "band" or "doorframe"; in architecture. The word is pronounced with the "short-a" sound ('fa shÄ“ É™') or , rhyming with the Japanese word geisha.