If the fascia’s, gutters and soffits around the exterior of your property are looking a bit worse-for-wear, it’s probably a good time to get them replaced.
uPVC is one of the most widely-used materials in the construction industry, and for great reason. Not only does it have one of the most universal designs (the simple white plastic compliments the exterior of any home!), but uPVC can help to improve the insulation of your home.
The plastic-based material helps to keep the heat within your home, which can help you to reduce energy bills and make your home more environmentally-friendly.
uPVC Fascia’s and Soffits
A soffit is the piece of plastic in which air is allowed to circulate through the roof of your home. Without them, condensation can occur in the spaces in your roof and leave you risking the timber frame of your roof being subject to decaying.
The fascia board is the piece of plastic that covers the front of the soffit (also known as a roofline). It supports the gutter and bottom row of roof tiles.
uPVC is one of the best materials to use when installing uPVC fascia’s and soffits as it can help to eliminate any extra costs once they’ve been fitted. Unless it’s the occasional clean with soapy water, there’s no need to spend time and money on excess maintenance.
Because uPVC is made from moulded plastic, it is one of the best materials to use for guttering.
Moulded plastic has great strength – an essential quality needed for when the weather turns and heavy rainfall comes your way. These uPVC gutters have the ability to withstand strong winds and rain and as opposed to metal guttering, there’s no need to worry about the gutters bending out of shape further down the line.
uPVC work in the North West
Are you looking for uPVC fascia’s, gutters or soffits to be installed or repaired on your domestic or commercial property? Ring us today for your free consultation!
With qualified roofers in Blackpool, Preston, Leyland, Chorley, Lancashire and Penwortham areas, we’re able to complete any kind of roofing work to ensure that your property is weatherproof all-year round.