Soffit Installation Woodbridge Area

Installing a soffit on your home can be a great way to improve its curb appeal. Not only will it make your home look more impressive, but it can also help to protect your home from the elements.

Installing soffit on your home can be a big project, but it's one that can really improve the look of your home.

If you're looking for a team of professional soffit and home renovation experts, iReno Eavestrough is the company to call. For a free quote, call us at 647-360-8479 or fill out our online form.

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Fascia can significantly improve the look of your home...

Installing fascia can give your home an instant facelift. If your old wood fascia is starting to show its age, or you just want to change the look of your home, installing new fascia is a great way to do it.

Protect your home from weather damage with soffit, fascia, and eavestrough installation.

Match soffit to eavestroughs, fascia, and siding.

Prevent pests from being able to enter you home.

For a free quote on soffit & fascia installation in the Toronto area, give us a call today at (647) 360-8479.

Reliable Soffit Installation

Ventilated soffits help to regulate the temperature in your attic, which can improve the energy efficiency of your home as a whole.

Other benefits include...

Enhanced curb appeal.

Soffits add a clean, polished look to the exterior of your home and can enhance its curb appeal.

Protection from weather damage.

Soffits help to protect your rafters and eaves from water damage by channeling water away from these vulnerable areas.

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Fascia Installation FAQs

A soffit is the horizontal, or occasionally vertical, the underside of an element. In architecture, a soffit is the underside of a cornice, arch, beam, or lintel. Plaster soffits were used in housing construction from the late 1940s until the mid-1960s. A soffit may also be referred to as an eave.