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We fit miles of fascias, soffits, and gutters every year, drop us a line to have a chat with one of our friendly advisers on the options available for your home.
UPVC: UPVC is a low maintenance way to protect your fascia and soffit area of your roof. This comes in most colours and because the lead content has been reduced you get a 10 year guarantee that the colour does not fade in the sun.
Timber: Timber fascias and soffets are installed as to match existing properties and in some cases the style of the property dictates the timber method over UPVC.
White: Fascias and soffits come in most colours, white is more common and if you have white windows this may be the correct colour for your home.
Black: Black is a more traditional colour but is more expensive than white.
Grey: Grey fascias are the more modern colour and is slowly being introduced to the UPVC suppliers.
Fascia Board: Fascia boards are what your gutters are attached to. your soffit sits directly below the fascia.
Barge Board: Barge boards are similar to fascias but are on the apex slyle roof areas. No uttering is attached to barge boards.
Box End: a box end or boot end is the bootom of barge board / fascia bord to a gable end tying into the soffit area.
Overboarding: Overboarding is a where you install cover board over timber fascia. This is a cheaper alternative to full replacement and is approximately 10mm thick as opposed to 20mm for a full replacement. I would like to note that although the price varies for full replacement and overboard the guarantee is the same.
UPVC: UPVC gutters come in all shapes and sizes consisting of deep flow, squareline, ogee and more commonly half round. In most cases all are sufficient for you home depending on pitch of roof.
Cast Iron: Cast iron gutters are still in use for properties approximately 100 years old, if cleaned out and regulary maintaned can last for decades.
Aluminium: Aluminium gutters are mainly used in the replacement of cast guttering and can be matched to most stles of cast for replacement and complete renewal
Hidden: hidden gutters otherwise known as bonding gutters are usually used in the joint between 2 properties and completely seperates the two. its areally good way of keeping two adjoining roof areas seperate.
Traditional: Traditional guttering systems are usually cast but if not maintained on a regular basis can can be costly to repair and prone to pitting at the base of the gutter resulting in small holes.
Decorative: There are many decorative types of gutter including downspouts, hoppers and all fittings.
Square: Square guttering is another style of gutter comprising of different materials.
Gutter Guard: Gutter guards are usually installed to prevent debris from falling from main roof, these are usually installed on high pitched or roof areas on busy shopping areas etc.
Half Round: Half round gutters are a more common sufficient style of gutter and in most cases more than adequate for the removal of rainwater from yours property