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Maintenance & Installation For Fascia, Soffit, And Eavestroughs
The soffit and fascia components of every roofing system play an important role in the function and finish of your home. Soffit is used to protect the exposed overhang under your roof or gables, and aluminum fascia provides a protective covering for the exposed wood of your roof deck. In combination, these two components are vital to protecting your room from damage and animal intrusion, while providing the proper intake ventilation for your attic space.
Soffit, fascia, and rainware not only add the finishing touch to a home’s exterior, they offer protection from the extreme weather — particularly melting snow and ice.
Partnered with our smooth or ribbed fascia board, Gentek soffit provides essential ventilation to help prevent roof structure and rafter decay. Featuring a unique extra-rigid V-design, the panels easily lock together for a fast, professional finish. Gentek also offers a complete rainware system that effectively carries water away from the home before it can spill over and damage foundations and basements. Built of corrosion-resistant aluminum, Gentek rainware won’t rot, rust or warp, giving you ongoing service that requires minimal maintenance.
Fascia and Soffit Repair Services in London, Ontario
Fascias and soffits are an important part of any home, protecting your roof from mold and mildew caused while keeping your home insulated. However, over time they can become damaged, either through wear and tear or severe weather. When this happens, it is important to get them repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage. If you have damaged fascias or soffits, don’t delay – contact us at McCallum Aluminum Limited!
What Else Does Fascia and Soffit Do?
- It can help release heat from the attic to decrease cooling expenses
- Helps to keep the attic aired to avoid the growth of mold and mildew.
- Keeps animals and insects out of your home
- Provides a space for eavestrough installation
- Must be durable to hold the gutters during heavy rain – supports and protects the roof’s bottom edge