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Fascia, Soffits & Bargeboards

Fascia, Soffit & Bargeboards

Our Services

  • Assessment of the condition of your Fascias, Soffits and Bargeboards.
  • Recommendations for Repair or Replacement (as necessary).
  • Impartial and Professional advice.
  • All Waste materials removed from site.
  • All Work and Materials Fully Guaranteed.
  • North Wales, Flintshire, Deeside, Chester & Wirral Areas.

Fascia, Soffits & Bargeboards

The condition of your fascias, soffits & bargeboards give a good indication as to the overall health of your roof. A poorly maintained roofline can potentially lead to serious problems within the roofing timbers. So, if you are in any doubt about the condition of your fascias, soffits and bargeboards, then it's essential to have this area of looked at by us.

We can advise you on the existing condition of your roof and recommend the best course of action to maintain a secure, protective and aesthetically pleasing roofline.

When replacing wooden fascia, soffits or bargeboards, we recommend that the old materials are completely removed. We do not clad over existing wood with Cover Board as this can trap moisture risking serious rot to the structure.

When maintaining or replacing fascia we always check the roofing felt under the tiles at the eaves. Felt often deteriorates at this point, particularly on older properties with wooden fascia. If this is the case we will fit new felt up to the first batten.

UPVC is the material of choice these days and for many good reasons. Readily available in white or black, this type of material is extremely long lasting, virtually maintenance free and looks great. No need for repainting, just a simple wiping down is all that's required.

Other Considerations

Your existing fascia may include fixings for the telephone and/or mains electricity, these services will need relocating onto any new fascia. Relocation of these items will need be arranged with the appropriate Service Provider before work can start.

Building Regulations

Current building regulations require ventilation in the soffit for new buildings (equivalent to a one inch gap along the whole perimeter), although not absolutely necessary when fitting replacement soffit, it is worth considering fitting ventilated soffit to improve ventilation of the roof void.

If you have any questions please get in touch.