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Fascia renovation

Our team has a wealth of experience in renovating fascia with wood, hardie, and PVC materials. We also offer posts and beams wrap services with wood , hardie and PVC. Trust us to enhance your home's curb appeal.

Fascia repair and installation

Fascia provides a smooth even surface for the attachment of gutters, protects the roof edge from weather damage, and creates a finished look for your home's exterior.

We install fascia in a variety of materials including wood and PVC. Each material has its own unique characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages. For example, wood fascia is a popular option due to its natural beauty, but it requires regular maintenance to prevent rot and insect damage. On the other hand, PVC fascia are low-maintenance options that are resistant to weather damage, but they may not provide the same level of aesthetic appeal as wood.

Proper installation of fascia is crucial to its functionality and longevity. We have a lot experienced in handling all types of fascia, ensuring that it is securely attached and correctly positioned to provide optimal protection and performance.

If you're looking for skilled carpenters who are experts in fascia renovation, look no further than our team. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help with your construction project.

Posts and Beams

Posts and beams are essential components in construction, providing the structural support necessary for buildings and other large structures.

Post wrapping helps to prevent rot and decay.

We encase posts and beams in a protective material, typically a moisture-resistant barrier, to prevent water and other elements from penetrating the wood. This can extend the lifespan of the structure, increase its durability, and decrease the likelihood of future repairs. Wrapping also improves the aesthetic appeal of the structure by hiding imperfections in the wood and creating a more uniform appearance.

For top quality post and beam wrapping contact us today . We guarantee you will like the result.

 

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