Soffit and Fascia that looks out of a magazine
A few months ago we had experienced a number of hailstorms, back to back. I contacted Calgary Elite Roofing to take a look at my house for any hail… Read more
We had our townhouse walls damaged by the last hail strom, their crew came and fixed our vinyl siding, it blends with the rest of the wall and looks a… Read more
This company did an excellent job to replace my roof. Greg and Daniel are professionals and experts in their craft. They were able to point out all … Read more
We recently bought an older house with a stucco exterior that needed some work, we called on Calgary Elite Exteriors and they finished the job within … Read more
We had nasty potholes all over the place from a bad job done by a previous contractor. They explained why this happened and re did our garage pave way… Read more
We had a great experience with Elite crew. Robert is very knowledgeable and pays attention to details. They completed the job in the most cost e… Read more
Called them to a new wall ( drywall ) and did a good job, great price, thanks!
We have a new deck and can’t wait to fully use it next summer, it looks great, thanks to Calgary Elite Exteriors … excellent company, hire them!… Read more
Fascia is a product mounted on the roof point where it meets the house’s outer walls also known as the ‘roofline’. These are the long and straight boards that run along the lower edge of the roof. Fascias are fixed to the trusses of the roof. Most of the time, they support the bottom row of the tiles and carry the guttering.
Soffit is another term used when dealing with the exterior renovations in most homes in Alberta. Exterior soffit can be found beneath rafter tails. This protects the exterior portion of the house by preventing squirrels, birds, bats and other pests from destroying the home exterior. Soffit boards are actually the boards that are often viewed from the street level.
Homeowners in Calgary look for products that are worth of their time, money and energy. This is why many invest in quality fascia and soffit for their homes. These products are often constructed using different materials such as wood and aluminum. Furthermore, most homeowners are now opting for composite and synthetic materials like vinyl and UPVC due to the durability and ease of maintenance they offer.
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