The face of your roof, now looks better!
the last hail storm ravaged our house, new roof … tight budget … Lethbridge Elite did it all … quality and price.
Professional! Very knowledgable! Great pricing! Great product!
We needed a new roof for our shop and called Lethbridge Elite … Ruben and his crew were fantastic.
We have a new roof, replaced the old one, it looks great, thanks to Lethbridge Elite Roofing … excellent company!
from the quote to the job, the replacement of our roof was a breeze, easy to work with and great craftsmanship!
… they did our garage roof. They were timely and respectful of our neighbors, highly recommended. Thanks.
Would recommend this company to those searching for any roof covering, simple to complex!
You cannot beat the expertise that Ruben has! If you have a sloped roof like we do – call Lethbridge Elite Roofing!
if you are looking for professional, timely and on budget roof repair, look no further, call these guys
Great at what they do and just great people to work with. You will be at ease knowing a journeyman roofer is doing your roof.
So what is the Fascia of your roof? the Fascia is an architectural term for a vertical band under a roof edge, or which forms the outer surface of a cornice, basically the visible part of the roof edge to an observer from the street. This is the face of your roof and an important part of the roof structure. The term is also used, although less commonly, for other such band-like surfaces like a wide, flat trim strip around a doorway that is different and separate from the wall surface.
Fascias are traditionally constructed from materials like aluminum and wood, many homeowners are now choosing ones made from synthetic and composite materials like UPVC and vinyl because they offer easy maintenance and durability.
Fascias are usually damaged by weather events or bad quality of materials. It is a good practice to periodically check for bee, hornet or wasp nests. Don’t let that roof fascia deteriorate! If you notice that a part of the fascia looks different than the rest, it might be a sign of damage and could be time for a professional to take a look at it. Our expert roof technicians will spot any problem and let you know the different options available for you.