Fascia and soffit repairs

High winds, snow and ice, animals – major cause of soffit and fascia, downspouts damage. Aluminum fascia boards at roof gables  and downspouts are often picked by strong winds and soffit panels are lifted or damaged by squirrels, birds and racoons trying to find a comfortable living in the roof attic.

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Aluminum fascia damaged by wind repair in Mississauga

Here comes help – Maxima Aluminum LTD is proud to be a good standing,  high standards company that provides customers with quality products and professional workmanship when it comes to fascia and soffit repairs, gutters and eavestrough, downspout and siding installations and repairs.

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Damaged soffit and fascia repair in Brampton

Fast, reliable and professional services in local neighborhoods of Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville and Milton.

Give as a call @ 416-677-8191 or submit request online and we will be happy to assist you with free estimate or advice about your aluminum soffit and fascia, eavestrough and downspout – repair or installation, maintenance and service.

We can offer exact aluminum color match, various  soffit profiles, custom bent fascia boards, 5 inch seamless eavestrough / gutters and many downspout sizes, gutter guard (leaf guard) solutions to satisfy your needs.

exact color and profile match, high quality
Brand: Maxima Aluminum LTD
Manufacturer: Gentek, Kaycan, Alu-Rex
Model: custom
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$300.00 New
Fascia and soffit, gutters or eavestrough, downspouts - repair and installation in Mississauga, Brampton, Milton and Oakville
Unit 14, 2881 Winwood Dr
Mississauga , Ontario
L5N2K9
CA
Phone: 416-677-8191

 

Wind damaged eavestrough | repair in Mississauga

Hi! Here is some “Before and After” images of emergency eavestrough repair that was done recently in Mississauga.  We received a call from a customer saying that last night high winds blew off an eavestrough section at rear of their townhouse unit. Same-day appointment was scheduled.  At first, we thought it was a very common in strong winds conditions – downspout detach. But we were wrong :

Eavestrough blew off
Eavestrough blew off in Mississauga
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Entire unit-related eavestrough section become detach and was hanging from an almost brand new, 5 year old townhouse roof. Luckily, no other damages were done and no one got hurt. After quick look we were able to find the cause  – “spike and ferrule” – outdated gutter secure method + original eavestrough installers put spikes to far apart. Also some of the spikes were not even properly nailed-in to the fascia board but just bent inside the eavestrough canal.

Wind damaged eavestrough (gutter)
Wind damaged eavestrough
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After estimating cost – many aspects were involved : emergency situation, very hard to access fenced backyard and height, we agreed with homeowners on a fare and reasonable price to replace damaged eavestough section with a new, exact color match on the next day.

As we promised, brand new eavestrough section was installed on the next day :

New eavestrough section
New eavestrough section
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P.S. For any Eavestroughing | Gutters needs please contact us at 416.677.8191 or ONLINE

 

Eavestrough, soffit and fascia, leaf guard and wall flashing

THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF MISSISSAUGA PROPERTY STANDARDS BY-LAW 654-98

THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF MISSISSAUGA
PROPERTY STANDARDS BY-LAW 654-98
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(2) Water run-off from roof surfaces shall discharge into an eaves trough or
gutter and thence to a downpipe, discharging into a storm sewer and all
eaves troughs and drainpipes shall be maintained:
(a) watertight and free from leaks; and
(b) in working order and free from health hazards.
(3) Downpipes need not be connected to a storm sewer when arranged to
discharge water run-off at least three feet from the building and contained
on the property.
(4) Eaves troughs, gutters, downpipes and storm sewer connections are not
required when the roof is designed to prevent water run-off causing
deterioration to the building or creating a nuisance to persons on or
adjacent to the property.