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
Phone: 416-677-8191


Seamless eavestrough in Brampton


Recent installation in Brampton: – new 5 inch aluminum seamless eavestrough with Alu Rex T-Rex gutter guard and 3×3 inch downspouts.


Old eavestrough was fully clogged with leaves and pine-needles. Water wasn’t going through the downspouts as they were clogged also. Outdated Spike and ferrule method used to secure gutters to fascia board.


Eavestrough with T-Rex gutter guard installation to prevent debris getting into gutters. It also make your eavestrough very durable.


That’s how new eavestrough with Alu Rex leaf guard system looks like and here is a following review.

Eavestrough, soffit and fascia, leaf guard and wall flashing

Ice damming and De-icing cables

 Hi again! And it is already November,

Debris in gutter

so temperatures are dropping and all kinds of leafs are still falling in to your eavestroughs, making it clogged with (at least organic) stuff and ready for a new “Eco-system”
to build-up for different types of species and creatures (mosquitoes, wood-louses , centipedes and other “aliens” next spring,

leaf guard system

 unless you got your gutters protected with proper maintenance which include regular cleaning and proper slope adjustments, ..etc) or modern gutter guard system installed by our professionals.

 But this topic is not about clogged eavestrough, its about ice dam.

Ice dam

   So lets begin:

  An ice dam, on a smaller scale, is a problem of house and building maintenance in cold climates. An ice dam can occur when snow accumulates on the slanted roof of a house with inadequate insulation and warm air leaks into the attic at penetrations for plumbing stacks, wiring, chimneys, attic hatches, recessed lights, etc.These warm air leaks are known as attic bypasses. Heat conducted through the insufficient insulation and warm air from the attic bypasses warms the roof and melts the snow. Melt water flows down the roof, under the blanket of snow, onto the eavestrough and into the gutter, where colder conditions on the overhang cause it to freeze. Eventually, ice accumulates along the eave and in the gutter. Snow that melts later cannot drain properly through the ice on the eave and in the gutter. This can result in:

  • Leaking roof (height of leak depends on extent of ice dam).
  • Wet, ineffective insulation.
  • Stained or cracked plaster or drywall.
  • Rotting timber.
  • Stained, blistered or peeling paint.

Under extreme conditions, with heavy snow and severe cold, almost any house can have an ice dam, whereas a house that is poorly insulated with attic bypasses will have ice dams during a normal winter weather. Giant icicles hanging from the eave are one indication of a poorly insulated attic with many attic bypasses.
Although high snow levels along with extreme cold weather is generally considered the highest potential risk conditions for ice dams to accumulate, standing snow is not even a required prerequisite for ice dams to form. It takes very little actual moisture to form ice dams.
Some commercial remedies available are:

  • Adding insulation in the attic by a qualified insulation firm
  • Locate and seal air leaks (attic bypasses) energy auditor and/or insulation firm.
  • Ice melt socks or snow melt socks can be placed on the roof ice dam to open a channel and drain the water in minutes.
  • Roofline heating systems.
De-icing cable

So lets take a closer look at Roofline heating systems:
EASYHEAT® ADKS roof de-icing cable prevents water and ice damage by providing a clear path for melting water. It keeps roof edges, gutters and downspouts ice-free.  Versatile design adapts to most roof and gutter configurations.

 It’s not those big icicles that do the real damage, it’s the water you don’t see that backs up in gutters and under shingles. When the ice melts it can really do a number on repair costs. Easy Heat ADKS roof de-icing cable prevents this water and ice damage by providing a clear path for melting water to flow off the roof. The versatile design adapts to most roof and gutter configurations.

At any time our team will be glad to answer any topic related questions and provide you with ideas how to choose the right solution for any gutter/eavestrough concerns.
(416)-677-8191 or (416)-875-6366

    West Nile Virus unseen prevention tip: Keep your eavestrough clean!

    As mosquitoes deliver the deadly West Nile Virus, the key is to reduce the mosquito’s breeding areas of standing water. Above your head at your roof line are gutters with standing water in them if they are clogged. An easy way to reduce the mosquito population is to clean out your gutters and downspouts.

    The most recognizable way that summer has descended upon us once again is the reappearance of the pesky mosquito. This year the insect appears with something much scarier than its normal bite though, this year we see West Nile Virus (WNV), a deadly disease being carried in this seemingly harmless insect. There is currently no vaccine against WNV, but there are steps that can be taken to prevent mosquitoes from rallying around your home. Beside the normal precautions of wearing long sleeves and pants as well as using repellents that contain DEET, they’re other steps that are usually over looked.

    Mosquitoes look for breeding grounds in standing water. To avoid helping mosquitoes breed in your environment the Center for Disease Control along with the National Biological Infrastructure suggest several ways to remove standing water you may not even think about. Flowerpots, pet bowls, swimming pool covers as well as your gutters should be cleaned on a regular basis.

    Team Maxima Aluminum, believes that standing water in gutters and eaves troughs can be a major contributor to WNV, as well. There are many preventive steps that can be taken to reduce the breeding opportunities of these infected mosquitoes.

    Your gutters and eavestroughs can be filled with debris that make for the perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes. With autumn right around the corner, leaves along with other debris will be finding a home within your gutters. If you don’t look for it, you probably will miss this opportunity to reduce the mosquito’s’ breeding grounds.

    There are several ways to prevent clogged gutters. By leaf proofing your gutters and installing big mouth gutter outlets, your problems with clogged gutters will be reduced, if not eliminated. If you do not feel comfortable up on a ladder or on your roof, our crew can do this work for you. Maxima Aluminum was founded to promote the professionals who specialize in this kind of work. A clean rain carrying system will not only reduce the mosquito breeding grounds, but also help your gutter system work properly.

    WNV first discovered in 1937, in Uganda has spread to the United States and Canada.

    Mosquitoes in Toronto have tested positive for the West Nile virus, public health officials say.
    It is the first positive result for the virus in the city this year, Toronto Public Health said Friday.
    Lab tests have also shown mosquitoes with the virus in both Windsor, Ont., and Peel region.
    The positive test result is a good reminder for people to protect themselves from mosquito bites, and reduce mosquito breeding grounds by draining standing water around the home, the department said.

    Toronto has 43 mosquito traps throughout the city and sends mosquitoes for laboratory testing every week.

    Larvicides are also used in catch basins to reduce the city’s mosquito population.
    The risk of becoming infected with West Nile virus is low and symptoms are usually mild, such as fever, headache, body aches, sometimes skin rash and swollen lymph glands. Sometimes the virus can cause severe illness, resulting in hospitalization and occasionally death.
    Mosquitoes spread the virus after feeding on blood from infected birds.

    Protect your living environment with our mosquito breeding-gutter guard solutions today!

    Call now 416-875-6366 or 416-677-8191 for free consultation.