Whether you have thought about it or not, you have been forced to cover trim on your home's exterior for as long as you've owned it. The most common way to cover trim has been to paint. Not a problem as long as you are painting your house exterior. When you are looking to eliminate painting permanently and are looking at a vinyl siding installation or you had siding installed years ago, but the contractor never chose to cover trim on the fascia, soffit or rake boards, you can still have a cost effective way to make your exterior maintenance free. Please call us or use our exclusive online request form to request a free consultation to cover your house trim.
Why didn't they cover trim? Aluminum and siding contractors in the 60's 70's and 80's found that they could reduce their cost by choosing not to cover trim on their siding job. While this may have saved them or their consumer some money up front, it left homeowners with the same cycle of painting. The good news is that the area left to cover trim was small, but the bad news is that high trim is the highest and most detailed area to paint. So we get lots of requests to once and for all cover trim and complete the job.
The best and most cost effective way to cover trim is to used aluminum trim custom bent and installed. The new trim coverage products come in several custom colors and can be done for a fraction of a siding job.