Consider installing UPVC fascias and soffits in Market Drayton if you’re planning to get roof repairs done. Good roof work needs to be focused on strong and durable materials and a good foundation in design and installation, which we at Steve Emery Roofing Specialists are proud of offering. Before going into more details, it’s important to understand some of these technical terms, because most of us are unfamiliar with them. Fascias are the long boards that run along the lower edge of roofs, providing support to the last layer of tiles and also to the guttering. They need to be strong, durable and well-supported because they’re subject to pressure, weathering and wear and tear. Soffits are installed below fascias, and can be seen from street-level. They add a decorative element to your roof-design, but their primary function is to cover and protect the rafter beams and also provide ventilation.
Traditionally, timber was used for both fascias and soffits, but over the years, soffits have been available in aluminium, vinyl, fiber-cement, and steel. Today, in Market Drayton, UPVC fascias and soffits are readily available at reputed and reliable manufacturers, retailers and with your local building-materials suppliers. UPVC is a cost-effective option that’s great for insulation purposes too. It’s easy to clean, doesn’t rot, warp or rust, is water-resistant and available in a variety of textures, colours and designs. It does have a few disadvantages – if you select cheaper options, it may discolour over time, become brittle and develop mould if constantly exposed to damp. UPVC is more difficult to cut and bend compared to aluminium. However, our design team ensures that you select the best available product suited to your needs and budget.
Solid boards are a popular option for UPVC fascias and soffits in Market Drayton, because of their ease of installation. If you would like more information about our available UPVC fascias and soffits, contact Steve Emery Roofing Specialists. Soffit and fascia boards are available as solid or hollow boards. Hollow UPVC boards are cheaper, just as easy to install and suited for wider applications. Contact our experienced and dedicated roofing specialist team for more information.