Fascias & Soffits

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Fascias & Soffits

One of the most important aspects of any roofing job is the finishing touches, which bring a look together and help a property look polished and neat.

Here at Redline Roofers Lancaster , our passion for a great job extends right to the end, and we have a wide range of different fascias and soffits and fascia boards available. All of our fascias and soffits and fascia boards are made from durable materials which can withstand the cold and damp, and with a variety of colours to choose from, you can be sure of finding the perfect match for your roof.

Advances in the roofing sector mean that many fascias and soffits and  fascia boards are now constructed using eco friendly technology, which makes them a great choice for energy conscious buyers.

If you need fascias and soffits, we have a varied and affordable range.

All aspects of fascias and soffits work undertaken throughout the North West and UK, including Preston, Bolton, Wigan, Leyland, Chorley, Blackburn, Appley Bridge, Horwich, Bacup, Morecambe, Lancaster, Southport, Blackpool, St helens, Skelmersdale, Standish and Lancashire

Guttering

Guttering is an absolutely essential addition to any roof, providing a simple but effective way of making sure that water does not collect on a surface, causing it to sag or lose its rigid form.

If you have recently had a new roof installed or you think that the guttering on your existing roof is in need of improvement, then we can help you out. Here at Redline, we have experience in working on all types of guttering, from traditional metal options to modern plastic guttering.

The right guttering is essential for keeping a roof in great condition, but is can also protect the property below, so don’t delay if you think your guttering is leaking and is in need of replacement.

Our guttering comes in a range of finishes, so you are sure to find something to match your home.

All aspects of Guttering work undertaken throughout the North West and UK, including Preston, Bolton, Wigan, Leyland, Chorley, Blackburn, Appley Bridge, Horwich, Bacup, Morecambe, Lancaster, Southport, Blackpool, St helens, Skelmersdale, Standish and Lancashire

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Cladding

Many homeowners choose cladding to help make sure their property is resilient to the Great British weather and here at Redline, we can install cladding and maintain existing cladding to ensure it still performs well.

The right cladding should strike the balance between functionality and style, and we pride ourselves on being able to create great looking cladding which works well and gives a home real curb appeal.

Many of our cladding options can last for decades, helping to protect a home from the elements for generations.

If you are considering cladding for your home, get in touch. Our experienced team can help advise you on the best kind of cladding for your property, and can also give you an idea of how much a job could cost.

All aspects of fascias and soffits undertaken throughout the North West and UK, including Preston, Bolton, Wigan, Leyland, Chorley, Blackburn, Appley Bridge, Horwich, Bacup, Barrow, Morecambe, Lancaster, Southport, Blackpool, St helens, Skelmersdale, Standish and Lancashire

What are fascia’s and soffits?

The fascia is a board. It’s the board which is mounted at the spot where the outer walls of the house meet the roof. This is commonly referred to as the roofline. Although, most people call it the main board that carries the gutter. The fascia or fascias.

Not many people are familiar with these terms so we are going to try and explain them. The descriptions of PVCu, uPVC and  PVCue are often used the describe PVC fascias and bargeboards. In PVC the ‘u’ means unplasticised, which means it isn’t pliable PVC. The ‘e’ means ‘expanded’.

Fascia

The fascia board is the straight and long board that runs along the bottom edge of the roof. It is directly fixed to the lower ends of the roof trusses and it usually does all the work of supporting the bottom edge of the bottom row of tiles. The fascia also carries all the guttering. This is a lot of work, in heavy rain fall the roof of a 3 bed semi could be washing numerous gallons of water per second.

Bargeboard

This board is used on the gable at the end of the home. The condition of the bargeboard must be in good condition, as this can make or break the look of the house. Over the years it has evolved into many attractive shapes.

Soffit

The soffit board is located underneath the fascia board. It’s commonly the board you see most of from street level. The soffit can be ventilated, this is so it can allow the flow of air into the roof. Another way of providing ventilation can be over the top of the fascia board. Most people prefer this method these days. Without acceptable ventilation, condensation will form within the roof, this increases the risk of timber decay.

Boxend

The box end accommodates many different planes, angles and heights of the soffit, fascia and the bargeboard at each corer of the house where there is a gable end.

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