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Fascias and Soffits Installers

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FAQ

Frequently asked questions about fascias and soffits.


What exactly are fascias and soffits?

Fascias are the horizontal band underneath the roofline that the guttering attaches to. Most fascias within the United Kingdom are actually mainly made of uPVC. Soffits would are the bottom of the fascia. Together they preserve timber roof structures and brickwork, by moving water away.

What job do fascias, soffits, cladding and guttering do?

They safeguard parts of your house from water damage and mould, like the brickwork. They may also positively enhance the look of your house.

Why should I have my fascias, soffits and cladding changed?

These elements are often produced from softwood and thus will decay and deteriorate with time, however well-maintained they've been. Total elimination of that old wood using modern uPVC materials is a far greater solution than cosmetic cladding as any wood left in position will continually rot, making further remedial work necessary later on.

What are the benefits of plastic rather than wood?

You will find several benefits, probably the most helpful ones being the potential to deal with weathering, much reduced maintenance, no bending, no decaying, no cracking and no painting is required.

Will you have to erect scaffold?

To get into most areas we've our own equipment that we'll move around your home. If places are uncovered that are unsafe to make then scaffold will have to be erected.

What maintenance is required in my fascias and soffits?

At the very least, clean your fascia and soffits two times annually, at the end of spring and late autumn. If you reside in a woodland area, clean them more often should be necessary. Regularly cleansing the uPVC with warm soap and water ought to keep the majority of the grime away. UPVC cleaner is available for more stubborn stains.

How long does it take to install?

This is dependent about how much work is involved, on average it can take between one to three days for one to five bed room houses.

Testimonials

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Very happy with the work all done in a very efficient and timely manner.

Customer in Kent

Very polite and efficient, fantastic level of workmanship.

Customer in London

Consistently above average in all aspects, no hesitation in recommending this company.

Customer in Essex

I would recommend this company. A great team.

Customer in Surrey

About Us

Our group of fascia installers draw on their wealth of experience to install only the best quality fascias, soffits and plastic cladding that is available on the market today.

We offer a range of high quality exterior fittings in a vast range of colours to meet your style requirements. Rely on us to completing remove your existing fascias and exterior fittings and replace them with the best.

With the best fitters in the industry you'll have peace of mind knowing you will have received a professional installation and that your home is protected from the elements. Our fittings not only look great but are made from strong and durable materials so are guaranteed to last for many years into the future.

We pride ourselves on being reliable, trustworthy and respectful of our customers.

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Areas Covered

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Aberdeen | Aberdeenshire | Anglesey | Angus | Argyll | Ayrshire | Banffshire | Bath | Bedfordshire | Belfast | Berkshire | Berwickshire | Birmingham | Bournemouth | Bradford | Breconshire | Brighton | Bristol | Buckinghamshire | Bute | Caernarvonshire | Caithness | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire | Cardiff | Cardiganshire | Carmarthenshire | Cheshire | Chester | Clackmannanshire | Cornwall | Coventry | Cumbria | Denbighshire | Derby | Derbyshire | Derry | Devon | Dorset | Dumbartonshire | Dumfriesshire | Dundee | Durham | East Lothian | Edinburgh | England | Essex | Exeter | Falkirk and Stirling | Fife | Flintshire | Gateshead | Glamorgan | Glasgow | Gloucestershire | Hampshire | Herefordshire | Hertfordshire | Hull | Inverness | Ipswich | Jersey | Kent | Kincardineshire | Kinross-shire | Kirkcudbrightshire | Lanarkshire | Lancashire | Leeds | Leicester | Leicestershire | Lincolnshire | Liverpool | London | Manchester | Merionethshire | Merseyside | Midlothian | Milton Keynes | Monmouthshire | Montgomeryshire | Moray | Nairnshire | Newcastle | Norfolk | North Yorkshire | Northampton | Northamptonshire | Northumberland | Norwich | Nottingham | Nottinghamshire | Orkney | Oxford | Oxfordshire | Peebleshire | Pembrokeshire | Perthshire | Peterborough | Plymouth | Portsmouth | Radnorshire | Reading | Renfrewshire | Ross and Cromarty | Roxburghshire | Scotland | Selkirkshire | Sheffield | Shetland | Shropshire | Somerset | South Yorkshire | Southampton | Staffordshire | Stirlingshire | Stoke-on-Trent | Suffolk | Surrey | Sussex | Sutherland | Swansea | Swindon | Teesside | Tyne and Wear | Wales | Warwickshire | Watford | West Lothian | West Midlands | West Yorkshire | Wigtownshire | Wiltshire | Wolverhampton | Worcestershire | York
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