Rydale Roofing can provide top quality UPVC fascias, soffits and guttering as part of a new roof system, a re-roof or as a standalone project.
We can provide full board to replace your existing or an overclad where we cover your existing to prevent rotting and to remove the need to paint.
They are produced from plastics such as UPVC and are long-lasting and weatherproof.
Fascias, soffits and guttering were traditionally made from wood or metals such as iron. But these days, they are made from modern materials such as plastic which means that they are more attractive looking, easier to maintain and more durable.
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Fascias and soffits help to secure guttering in place and especially in the case of fascia boards, will need replacing over time.
Fascia boards have two functions: they provide a barrier between the roof and the outside elements and create a smooth, pleasant appearance to the outside edge of the roof.
The problem with fascia boards is that they are made from wood which rots over time due to water exposure. This then spreads to other areas of the roof. A fascia board can be repaired but if it is severely decayed then it will need replacing.
Soffits are horizontal boards that are located between the wall and the rear of the fascia which help to seal the space under the eaves. They are usually made of wood although they are increasingly being replaced with UPVC versions.
Their exposed position means that they are particularly vulnerable to wear and tear which mainly occurs due to the weather. But they can be damaged by nature in the form of a bird’s nest behind a soffit.
Guttering must be inspected on a regular basis to check for blockages in the gutter or the downpipe, as well as leaks and sagging. The fascias and soffits should be checked at the same time and if they both need replacing then do so at the same time.
Gutters are prone to becoming blocked with weeds and rubbish which if ignored, can cause harm to a section of the roof, e.g., fascia or the brickwork. These need to be cleared on a regular basis in order to prevent damage to your property.
A blocked, drooping or leaking gutter will not repair itself and needs to be dealt with sooner rather than later. Contact us for help and advice about any guttering problems.