In addition to the professional roofing and window work we offer, Lance Roofing, Windows & Doors is also proud to provide expert exterior contracting to homes across Winnipeg. The outside of your home is the first thing your guests will notice, so count on our highly trained installers to ensure your exterior is beautiful, functional and long-lasting.
The soffit of your house consists of the underside face of your roof’s overhang. It helps protect your home from water damage, seasonal wear and tear, and unwanted entry from birds or other wildlife. Properly installed soffit also helps improve attic ventilation, helping to keep the temperature of your home consistent. Aluminum is the most common material used for soffit installation, because it’s highly durable and requires minimal maintenance.
Fascia refers the band under your roof’s edge that is attached to the exposed side of your home’s rafters. It comes in a variety of trim designs, and is easily customizable – helping improve your home’s aesthetic appeal. Like soffit, fascia also plays an important role in improving ventilation, which can help reduce your home’s heating and cooling costs.
Eavestrough play a vital role in diverting rainwater away from your property, protecting it from basement flooding, siding rot and soil erosion. Lance Roofing, Windows & Doors offers the professional eavestrough installation using only the most durable materials to ensure your home stays free of these costly problems. We install custom-made 5-inch continuous eavestrough. This offers seamless transition around your entire home.
Cladding installation involves applying a protective layer over certain elements of your home in order to create a water-repellant barrier that also helps divert rainwater and moisture away from your property. It can be applied to your home’s windows, siding, soffit and fascia. Cladding is most often made of metal, and is available in a wide array of materials and finishes – easily able to match and complement any décor.
Vinyl and composite are the most common types of siding used in home construction and renovation. Durable and easy to maintain, these types of siding are your home’s first line of defense against the elements. Siding may also come in the insulated variety, which further helps regulate your home’s temperature and lower your utility bill. Most often a layer of ridged insulation is added to the wall surface prior to installing the siding. This creates a solid thermal break and eliminates heat loss from framing materials.