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Universal

Ideal for a variety of home styles, our Universal Soffit offers affordable quality in five different vented and unvented options.

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Pro-Bead Classic Beaded

The deep, sculpted bead on these wide 8-inch panels add an upscale detail to soffits. The non-vented style works well as a wainscot.

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Ventura Hidden Vent

On the inside, Ventura’s hidden vents secretly channel airflow all while ensuring your soffits look sharp and sleek on the outside.

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Metal Fascia

Enjoy a lifetime of worry-free protection with Ply Gem’s pre-formed and field-formed aluminum fascia. Durable and virtually maintenance-free, the high-performing aluminum completely covers your home’s fascia boards from the drip edge to the soffit. You can choose from a variety of smooth and textured finishes and hundreds of matching and coordinating colors.

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Metals

The Ply Gem Metals Collection blends strength, reliability and style in earth-friendly steel and aluminum. From soffits to siding, gutters to flashing, and more, our premium metals are fade, fire, and impact resistant, and they never need painting. The impressive palette of colors coordinates flawlessly across our entire line of siding and accessories. For added […]

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Accessories

Whether you’ve chosen the rich texture of shake shingles or the crisp shadow lines of lap siding, Ply Gem makes it easy to add the perfect finishing touches to your home’s exterior. Choose from charming shutters, expertly crafted trim and rustic stone. Then, tie it altogether with coordinated soffits, fascia, vents and mounting blocks. It’s […]

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F-Drip

An affordable option for directing water off the rooftop with the longest return and drop of 2" - available in colors to match fascia, soffit and gutter coil.

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How Much Does Vinyl Siding Cost?

So how much does installing vinyl siding cost? There are many factors that affect the cost of vinyl siding. This blog will guide you through the different factors, from siding styles to siding installation.

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Tips for Working on a Historic Renovation

Historic renovations demand a building material with the versatility to capture the spirit, charm and character of the houses style, while providing the functionality and durability to last well into the future.

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Good Bones: Folk Victorian

If you like elegance coupled with playfulness, then you’ll love the Folk Victorian style! Don’t let the name fool you. Unlike its Queen Anne and East Lake cousins, this Folk Victorian style is characterized by simplicity. I think a more fitting name for the style category is Picturesque – the name alone conjures delightful images.

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