Soffit & Fascia

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Fascia & Soffit Installation

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Soffit Repair & Replacement

The soffit on your home not only protects it but also adds great exterior value and curb appeal. When repairing or replacing soffit, remember it is integral in pest and insect prevention. It blocks them from getting in on the underside of the eavestrough overhang on the roof, which it covers.

The function of the soffit is to protect the exposed roof. The two types of soffit available are vented and non-vented. The vented option is used to circulate airflow into the attic. Not only is it suitable for ventilation, but it’s also good for the insulation system in your home.

Common Soffit Options In Alberta

There are many soffit options to use for your home. Wood, cedar, steel, and aluminum are all standard options used in Alberta. All of these options used work the same to protect your home and help it breathe. Though you may have different reasons for choosing either wood or metal, they will all ensure your home is built to last.

Metal soffits are known for being more durable and recyclable. They also come in a large variety of colours to fit any home aesthetic. The wooden option, however, brings a more timeless look to the exterior of your home. Any of these options are sure to boost your curb appeal.

If you aren’t sure where to start, we can help you. Give us a call, and we can discuss all the materials for your next soffit installation. We can talk about your budget to ensure you are getting the best options for your home at your price point.

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Soffit Services We Offer

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Soffit Installation

New Construction Project Or Replacement, Both Wood & Metal Soffit, Vented & Non-Vented.

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For Help With Insurance Claims Or Soffit Damage Caused By Storms Please Contact Us.

Fascia Installation & Repair

Generally, if you need to fix your soffit, you’ll most likely need to fix your fascia as well. The two pieces fit together as a part of your roofing system. Together they create a protective barrier for your roof and your home.

Fascia is flat wooden panels or metal sheets that cover the exposed ends of your rafters or trusses. They run horizontally along your house, installed on the eaves or gable of your roof. Fascia is the most seen part from the street and can be used to add a personal aesthetic touch to a home.

In most cases, building practices the fascia boards are cladded with metal. This saves homeowners from having to repaint the exposed wood as frequently.

Here at South Peak, we offer residential and commercial services for soffit and fascia installation and repairs in Alberta.

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Fascia Services We Offer

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Fascia Installation

New Construction Project Or Replacement – Standard Sizes & Profiles – 6″, 8″, 10″.

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Custom Fascia Installation

We Can Custom Make Fascia For Any Job Or Gauge You Need For Your Next Project.

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Insurance Claim / Storm Damage

For More Information And Help With Insurance Claims Or Fascia Damage Caused By A Storm Or Foot Traffic Let Us Know, And We Can Help You.

We will ensure you receive the best service in Alberta for any soffit or fascia job you have. Including all residential or commercial replacements and repairs.

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