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Sections of PreFinished J-channel metal pre-drilled in either flush or 90 degree, to easily install LEDs to eaves and/or soffit areas. This is a custom order piece and will ship separately from your lights, usually taking 1 week to be made. All sales are final so be sure of the color prior to ordering.
*Due to screen resolution limitations, product colors may not be exactly as shown.
DIY Tip: Due to shipping weight costs, some installers use a local source to purchase metal. Then use tape to space holes to drill 9" apart and even get a local shop to pre-bend if needed. Eave Trim channel colors will never color match to existing homes trim due to the sun's UV damage. They are only designed to be similar colors in a straight line. From the curb they add charactor to the eaves. For perfect color matching please consult a local painter.
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*Due to screen resolution limitations, product colors may not be exactly as shown
This product comes in a variety of colors to closely match your home’s trim. It is designed to be installed in the absence of gutters or drip edge flashing, or used instead of affixing the lights to those elements already on your home. It can be helpful when leaf filters are present, the drip edge flashing is too tight to fit lights behind, or the shingles wrap the edge of a peak.
The product comes predrilled and designed for the first and last light to overlap, thus interlocking the flashing together. It is sold by the foot with a minimum order of 4′. It is recommended to get extra footage in case of a bad cut or an accidentally damaged piece during installation.
This is a custom order piece and will ship separately from your lights, usually taking 1 week to be made. All sales are final so be sure of the color prior to ordering.
Screws are sold separately and can be purchased from your local hardware store. EverLights recommends a screw every 3-4 lights. When attaching it is very important the screw does not puncture the lights or wire.
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Wherever you decide to terminate a run of lights it is very important to properly protect the exposed wires. There are multiple methods to coat the end of the wires, but generally electrical tape, silicone, or liquid electrical tape work best. The purpose of coating the wires is to prevent the positive and wires from coming in contact through water, touching against a piece of metal, or any other conductive material.
A short in the lights will cause improper function and potential damage to the lights in the system. To further protect against a potential short, snip the positive wire an inch shorter than the other wires before coating.