Fascias / Soffit / Barge Boards

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The main benefits to UPVC fascia boards, soffit boards, cladding and guttering are as follows:

Good appearance
Relatively inexpensive
Maintenance free, i.e no more painting
It won’t rot as timber can

There are two options when fitting uPVC fascia and soffit boards:

Assuming that the fascia and soffit boards are in a sound condition once the guttering has been removed, a cappit fascia board can be fitted over the existing.

The cappit board is slightly thinner than the replacement mammoth board, but is popular as it is more cost effective, due to the fact that the existing boards do need need removing, which saves time and in turn money. It is important to fit either a felt drip or an eaves drip, which is fitted under the eaves course (bottom row) of roof tiles.

This is fitted over the existing fascia and the new fascia and finishes into the new guttering. This prevents the original fascia from rotting in the future.

If the fascia boards and / or soffit boards are rotten, there is no choice but to remove the existing and replace it with replacement mammoth fascia boards. The existing fascia boards are removed from the rafter ends prior to the replacement uPVC boards fitted.

There are options for the soffit boards, the most popular being the Tongue & Grooved type Hollow Board due to it’s strong aesthetics, whilst another popular alternative is a plain flat board.

The above specifications are relevant to fascia boards, soffit boards & barge boards.