Custom Aluminum Fascia Installation

The licensed and highly experienced professionals from Ontario Downspout Service understand the importance of having up-to-date aluminum fascia installed on your home. That’s why it so important to have us provide our free inspection to assess the current condition of your home’s fascia.

If our licensed and highly experienced professional determines you need a fascia replacement we’ll begin by removing your current fascia. We then install custom aluminum fascia over your existing wood fascia board or rafters. Custom aluminum fascia is when we bend the fascia on site after taking the exact measurements.  This ensures that your home is protected from rain, snow and other debris.

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Aluminum Soffit Installation

The licensed and highly experienced professionals from Ontario Downspout Service understand the importance of having up-to-date aluminum soffit installed on your home. That’s why it so important to have us provide our free inspection to assess the current condition of your home’s soffit.

If our licensed and highly experienced professional determines your need a soffit replacement we’ll begin by removing your current soffit. We then install aluminum soffit on the overhanging section of your roof eave. The purpose of the soffit is to bridge the gap between your home siding and the roofline.

Due to our extensive experience dealing with moisture accumulation, which in most cases leads to serious water damage we understand the importance of having ventilated aluminum soffit installed.   

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Ontario Downspout Service

Our goal at Ontario Downspout Service is to make your experience with us as carefree and enjoyable as possible.

Contact us today at 1.888.666.5202 for your free quote.

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