For contributing editor Rick Arnold, there’s a better alternative to traditional wooden eaves: low-maintenance eaves made of aluminum fascias and vinyl soffits. They cost less than wood, don’t require painting and regular upkeep, and can be installed in half the time of wood eaves. Arnold takes us step by step through his technique for installing the eaves and presents a breakdown of the materials he uses.
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