Roofline Is Used To Describe The Fascia, Soffits, Bargeboards and Cladding
This forms the frontage immediately below the roof and the eaves of most homes, these are traditionally made from wood and suffer from rot, general deterioration and require regular maintenance. The roofline and guttering should be kept in a good condition in order for the property to remain weatherproof. In-effective covering often leads to expensive repair works to the underlying wooden structures of your home.
Wood is a porous material. Once water has breached the outer layer, it is a matter of when and not if it will need replacing. This then paves the way for woodworm and many other vermin to set up home ultimately causing structural damage. uPVC rooflines will not rot, will never need painting, do not discolour and will remain maintenance free for up to 40 years. All they will require is the occasional clean with warm soapy water.
uPVC is one of the most popular choices in the UK today for Fascias, Soffits and Gutters with 85% of buildings benefiting from this cost effective, highly durable, environmentally friendly, safe, secure and robust product. It is now widely recognised that the maintenance burden and the technical performance of timber, especially for roofline, is no longer acceptable when compared with uPVC Fascias and Soffits. UPVC roofline will not rot, warp, bend or discolour. A fantastic range of styles and colour combinations are available.
If you are looking for dependable and trustworthy professionals who can carry out repairs or replacement to your roofline including guttering, cladding, fascias, soffits, verge and bargeboards, then you have come to the right place. We can supply the material of your choice in a wide range of stlyes and colours.
The main purpose of a rain gutter or eaves-trough is to protect a building’s foundation by channelling water away from its base.
Fascia is a term used in architecture to refer to a frieze or band running horizontally and situated vertically under the roof edge or which forms the outer surface of a cornice and is visible to an outside observer.
Soffit in architecture, describes the underside of any construction element.
Cladding, often regarded as one of the most efficient ways to completely transform, renovate and modernise homes, is available in different styles and different colours.
Roofline Dry Verge
Dry Verge is a strong, watertight verge without the use of mortar. The dry fix method offers speed of installation, long term economy and long term safety.
Bargeboard is a board fastened to the projecting gables of a roof to give them strength and to mask, hide and protect the otherwise exposed end of the horizontal timbers or purlins of the roof to which they were attached.