The fascias and soffits of your home are the most exposed elements of the building. This means they are susceptible to damage and should be assessed more frequently than other aspects of your home. There are a lot of options for the refurbishment of your roofline that can make the area more durable and much less vulnerable to the elements.
The products you feature along your roofline are responsible for directing water away from you home, and helping to protect from structural damage and dampness that can be causes by weather.
As well as providing an escape route for the water around your home, rooflining also impacts the way that your home looks. Dependant on the solution you decide on you could have many potential outcomes for the refurbishment of your roofline. To follow are some options you can choose from:
This is the process of adding to the existing fascia and soffit and reinforcing the current structure with 9mm lightweight boards.
By removing all of the current structures that you have in place, you can then rebuild to the highest standards. Rebuilding is done with 12mm external grade plywood and then new UPVC fascia and soffits with be fitted to this structure.
Dependant on your property requirements, soffit vents may or may not be installed into the soffits. You may also choose to have new guttering and down pipes in a syling and colour of your choice to add the finishing touches to the refurbishment.
To find out more about roofline refurbishment and see how you could integrate it into your next project get in touch with Salisbury glass through their website, or give them a call on: 01722 328 985