The point where the walls of your house meet the roof is called your roofline. It’s one of the vulnerable parts of a building because it is exposed to attack from wind and rain. Problems with roofline can go unnoticed or ignored, until they turn into disasters!
Whether it be white, wood grained or any of our colour range fascia and soffit, you are guaranteed to create the finishing touch to your home
The soffit is the board that fills in the gap between the fascia board and the wall of your home.
Types of Soffit
General Purpose Board Soffit
The solid general-purpose board is a popular choice for soffit applications. The wider products are particularly useful for deep soffit applications or large box-end construction.
A prevented solid soffit board is also available, making an even quicker and easier soffit installation with a seamless finish.
Tongue and Groove Soffit
Often called hollow soffit. It has an attractive panelled effect and installation friendly tongue and groove look.
General purpose board with a line of built-in ventilation along the length of the board.
A fascia board closes off your roof space from the elements and protects the ends of timber rafters that hold up your roof. The fascia board also provides a convenient and sturdy substrate for gutter installation.
Fascia Replacement & Installation
There are four basic styles of fascia to choose from when considering repair or replacement:
All fascia profiles are available in a wide variety of sizes to suit all types of roof construction and can be used for a full replacement or capping over.
Your installer will be able to advise on the style and size that’s right for your home.
The flat fascia a clean, flat style without a return or leg. Ideal for traditional style buildings with low roofs where rafters are exposed. It can be used without soffit where there is no projection of the roof and the edge of the roofline is flush with the wall.
The most widely used fascia. Features a right angle and a leg to support the soffit.
Fascia with a rounded return edge, to give a softer look.
Scalloped or Ogee Fascia
Fascia with a scalloped edge which gives a more decorative finish.