Much like soffits, fascia isn’t often thought of, but it’s incredibly important when it comes to water and moisture control; it covers the truss tail ends where the eavestroughs are attached, and along the gables of your home.
While fascia is conventionally assembled with materials like aluminum and wood, many homeowners are now choosing fascia made from synthetic and composite materials like UPVC and vinyl because they offer stress-free maintenance and endurance. An added bonus? There are many colours to choose from that will complement any architectural style.
Matthew and his crew were on our property well we were still conducting church services and very co-operative with our incoming and outgoing staff members and visitors. He was also able to refund on the initial cost of the job because he didn’t have to replace some of the wood on this Job.
We were very impresses with Gable 2 Gable Renovations. Everything was completed as promised and all our questions were answered right away. They worked very hard to make sure we were happy and our new roof looks great.”
Matthew and his crew showed up on time and completed all tasks and went over and came back the following spring to inspect job again due to cold weather application of Roofing Job.