The point where your roof meets the outer walls of your house is called the roofline.
The fascias is the long straight board that runs along the lower edge of the roof. It is fixed to the roof trusses and often supports the bottom rows of tiles and carries the guttering. This is no mean feat, especially when a downpour can send several gallons of water per second into the gutters of a 3 bed semi.
The bargeboard neatens the ends of the roof, demands to be seen, but doesn't carry any guttering at all. However, the condition of the bargeboard can make or break the look of the house.
The soffit board is tucked away underneath the other two boards, joining the fascia to the house walls. It has a vital role in providing ventilation to the roofs of centrally heated houses. If correct ventilation is not provided timber decay can be the result.
With technology forever developing the products available, we now can offer a range of colours and styles when it comes to upgrading any facias, soffits and guttering. This enables us to ensure your property can benefit from the neat, clean and virtually maintenance free roofline whilst still in keeping and stylish with the rest of your property.
We are proud installers of a fantastic product range ‘Freefoam’ which offers a fantastic range of textured cladding solutions offering a stylish selection of Weatherboard and Shiplap solutions for your home.
We also offer an extremely impressive range of cast iron and aluminium guttering from 'Rainguard' water solutions. This range of products fit perfectly with our "Residence 9" range of windows and doors to keep in line with the aesthetics of your home with virtually no maintenance. Please ask about this impressive range to find out more.