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Why Should I have Raider Wildlife Control Install my Soffit, Fascia and Eavestrough?

You may be asking your this question and here are just FIVE reasons why it is

beneficial to work with Raider Wildlife Control for your Soffit/Fascia/Eavestrough project:


Expertise In Wildlife Prevention: Raider Wildlife Control specializes in soffit, fascia, and eavestrough replacement and have extensive knowledge of how to prevent animals from getting into your home. We are extremely knowledgeable what materials to use and will address any wildlife issues how by addressing any gaps or openings that might be inviting to wildlife.


Humane Removal Of Wildlife: If there are animals currently living in your eavestroughs or soffit, Raider Wildlife Control will be able to remove them humanely and safely. We’ll also be able to advise you on how to prevent animals from getting back in once the replacement work is done.


Insurance: Raider Wildlife Control is fully insured along with liability insurance that covers any damage caused during the replacement process.


Experience With Difficult Access: If your home is difficult to access due to its location or height, Raider Wildlife Control has the proper equipment and experience to safely replace your soffit, fascia, and eavestrough without causing damage to your property.


Meticulous Installation: We do not use the traditional wire mesh and only use custom metal for all soffit and fascia wildlife issues as we don’t want your home to look “proofed” but instead, to have a seamless look.

The overall benefit of choosing Raider Wildlife Control for these types of home repairs, is the benefit of having  a wildlife guarantee that no other traditional Soffit/Fascia/Eavestrough companies will offer you.

Soffit Installation

Soffits are the underside of an architectural structure. They can also refer to the horizontal underside of a balcony or archway. Soffits are an important part of a building’s design and construction for several reasons:

First, they provide ventilation to the attic or roof space, helping to regulate the temperature and humidity levels. This is important to prevent moisture buildup, which can lead to mold and rot.

Second, soffits can also help to prevent pests, such as birds, squirrels, and rodents, from entering the attic or roof space. By sealing off any potential entry points, soffits can help keep your home free from unwanted visitors.

Finally, soffits can also add to the overall appearance of a building. They come in a variety of styles and materials, allowing homeowners to customize the look of their home’s exterior.

Overall, soffits are an important component of a building’s construction, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits.

Fascia Metal Installation

Fascia metal, also known as metal fascia, is a type of fascia that is made from metal, such as aluminum. It is used as an alternative to traditional wooden fascia boards and is becoming increasingly popular in modern construction.

One of the primary benefits of fascia metal is its durability. Unlike wood, metal fascia is resistant to rot, warping, and insect damage, making it a low-maintenance option for homeowners. It is also fire-resistant and can withstand extreme weather conditions, such as high winds and heavy rain.

In addition to its durability, fascia metal can also be designed in a variety of styles and colors to complement the architecture of a building. This allows homeowners to customize the look of their home’s exterior and improve its overall aesthetic appeal.

Overall, fascia metal is an important component of a building’s construction, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits. Its durability and resistance to damage make it a popular choice for homeowners looking for a low-maintenance option for their home’s fascia boards.

Eavestrough & Downpipe Installation

Eavestroughs, also known as gutters or rain gutters, are a type of channel that collects rainwater and directs it away from a building’s foundation. Eavestroughs are typically installed along the roofline of a building and are designed to carry water to downspouts, which then release the water away from the building’s foundation.

Eavestroughs are an important part of a building’s construction for several reasons. First, they help prevent water damage to the foundation and basement of the building. By directing rainwater away from the foundation, eavestroughs help prevent soil erosion and water infiltration, which can lead to leaks, mold, and other structural problems.

Second, eavestroughs can also help prevent damage to the roof itself. By collecting and carrying water away from the roof, eavestroughs help prevent water buildup that can lead to roof leaks, rot, and other damage.

Overall, eavestroughs are an important component of a building’s construction, providing both functional and practical benefits. Proper installation and maintenance of eavestroughs can help protect the building from water damage, prolong the life of the roof, and prevent costly repairs down the road.

Would you like Raider Wildlife Control to install your Soffit, Fascia and Eavestrough? Contact Us Today For A Free Estimate!