Our Services

Siding And Gutter Systems

A new paint job to your living room is similar to a new siding for your home. A change of colour can be an exciting change and a big project. You can rely on us to spend the time with you to ensure the job is done right, on time and on budget.

  • Installation, Repairs, and Replacements
  • Steel siding
  • Vinyl siding
  • Aluminum siding
  • Gutter installation and cleaning
  • Seamless gutters
  • Downspouts
  • Soffit
  • Fascia


We handle any roofing project.
Trust a roofing contractor who will approach every project with the utmost dedication it deserves. When you call Elund Exteriors, you can count on us to inspect every job properly to ensure it’s done right.

Type Of Roofs

  • Asphalt Shingles
  • Metal Roofs
  • Slate Tiles
  • Stone Coated Steel roof

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt Shingles are probably the most common roofing material in the market, you can use them in almost any climate. The quality can vary and because we live in an area with hailstorms on a regular basis you will look for a shingle that is impact resistant. While asphalt shingles may not have as long a life span as other roofing materials, and some limits to your choice of colour and style, they are one of the cheapest options.

Metal Roofs

Metal Roofs are far more durable than most of the other options with a lifespan of more than 50 years, so they may never have to be replaced in your lifetime. Snow slides right off, and they can endure high winds and are resistant to heat. They are lightweight, and can be installed right on top of an existing roof. While more costly than shingles or slate, they may be well worth it. You will find many options for colour and style, and can even have them look like tile or shake.

Slate Tiles

Slate Tiles are very durable, waterproof, and tolerate, and best of all can last for nearly a century. They look great in any climate, and you won’t get the mold or fungus. But they are very expensive, heavy and can break more easily – even though you don’t see that often. With the possibility of regular hailstorms in our area, for the money you may want to consider a metal roof designed to look like slate.

Stone Coated Steel roof

Stone Coated Steel roof panels take on the appearance of slate or clay tiles, but less expensive and a bit more durable. You might consider them because they are weather resistant and have a lifetime guarantee. If you are looking for a roof with more style at a more affordable price tag, this may be a choice for you.

Improve The Life Of Your Roof

Regular Maintenance and Repairs

A common reason for water damage may come from older shingles starting to curl. This allows moisture to start seeping under the shingles and eventually may lead to mold in your attic. With a call to us, you may find it much cheaper to simply repair those damaged shingles than wait until the problem leads to a full replacement of the roof. You can always take on projects such as this yourself, but we are more than happy to take a closer look to identify other possible problems before a repair is started.

Insulate Your Attic

Since we live with fluctuations in temperature, this can also impact a roof’s performance. Ensure you keep your attic well-insulated for both the life of your roof, but also a saving to your heating bills.

Add a Water-Resistant Layer

When installing a new roof, we always add a water-resistant layer. Always be reminded when dealing with a general handyman or someone who does not specialize with roofs since the structural integrity of your home can be hugely impacted.

Improve The Life Of Your Roof

Your roof is your biggest protection against the elements and since we live where snow and rain are a regular occurrence, it is best to keep your roof waterproof. With a leaky roof, you may experience water damage throughout your house and a cost of thousands to repair if left for a long period of time.

Clean it Off Regularly

With rain and wind, you can get lots of leaves and dead branches on your roof. Take the time to clean a couple of times in the spring and fall while removing any debris that appears throughout the summer.

Prune Your Trees

Summer storms are notorious for blowing dead branches on your roof, and create potential damage and leaks. For winter, there is even a greater threat from heavy snow or ice built up. Keep a close eye on the trees near your home, and always best to prune regularly, while keeping them healthy and prevent branches from landing on your roof.

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