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Paint flaking off weather-beaten soffits and fascias is never a good look for your home. Freshen up your exterior while improving your home’s thermal insulation with new soffit and fascia boards. Find an experienced, trustworthy professional now.

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Family business,covering a wide range of properties.With a professional and friendly service.Your satisfaction is our future.

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Reviewed by Steve on 25/9/2018

Kevin and his team were very professional and friendly, their work was done to a high standard. They started every day when they said they would and finished with a great tidy up. We had additional work which was discussed, priced and agreed before they started without any hesitation on their part to do the extra required. Thoroughly recommended - we will use them again.

Dm property maintenance is a family run business and been trading over 10 years now we offer a wide load of work we Carrie out Roofing work Tree surgery Landscaping Power washing and cleaning services

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Reviewed by Philip on 25/9/2018

Turned up quickly and fixed the roof quickly

At Topcover Roofing we pride ourselves on quality workmanship, NVQ qualified roofers carry out all aspects of roofing work from minor repairs to full re roofs around the north and East Yorkshire area.

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Reviewed by David on 25/9/2018

Spot on. Will be using again in the future.

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Reviewed by Jay on 25/9/2018

Dil helped me out of pickle. I hit metal lintels while installing some blinds. He came promptly the very next day and did a great job. I'm very happy. He's a gent.

Gutter Doctor

uPVC fascias / Soffits / Cladding

We are local company providing Roofing Services at a discounted rate. We are fully insured and specialise in UPVC fascia, sofits and guttering. We are approved installers allowing us to provide not only our own warranty range but a manufacturers warranty or between 5 and 50 years depending on products and services. We offer a range of services, including an in house scaffolding services, allowing us to keep costs down for the customers. Gutter Doctor has been established over 2 years and we’ve already made an impact within the industry, We currently provide roofline maintenance packages for our commercial clients starting from only £99 pcm. We already have existing contracts with Large estate agent firms within our area and with other large companies further afield who own multiply shopping outlets.

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Reviewed by Pauline on 25/9/2018

Excellent, friendly helpful people would recommend.

D & R contracs provides a range of trades such as roofing, painting and decorating, laminte flooring, carpets, and titleing to the highiest standards possible, and look forward to new and challenging opportunity’s.

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Reviewed by lynne on 24/9/2018

A good standard, fair price and completed when promised. Polite and tidy too!

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Reviewed by Steve on 24/9/2018

Ron responded to the job listed quite promptly and arranged a visit and quote within a few days. He assessed the job explaining everything thoroughly, coming back with a firm quote including all costs. Ron did the job promptly, relatively small but vital to the integrity of the roof. He was as neat as possible, cleaning as much of the site as he could with the scaffolding still in situ. He came back soon after, by mutual convenience to explain the works. Very pleased, he's staying on my go to list.

Romega Handyman

uPVC fascias / Soffits / Cladding

With over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, we know how to deliver work that looks good and lasts. We work on properties of all shapes and sizes, commercial and domestic, turning your dreams into a reality.

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Reviewed by Samantha on 24/9/2018

George was very efficient at installing soundproofing in the party wall. The noise from next door has now greatly reduced! George worked quickly & left the rooms clean & tidy at the end of the job. We’ll definitely be using George again for future jobs.

laen roofline

uPVC fascias / Soffits / Cladding

I install and repair guttering,fascia,soffit and all related works. Specialising in aluminium seamless gutter and concrete gutter finlock liners. Offering a service with a budget to suit and all works guaranteed. I am sure i can meet your needs.

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Reviewed by MIRKA on 24/9/2018

Sorry typo meant Neal! :-)

My customers needs are of the utmost importance. I am committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of my work is from repeat customers and referrals I would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service.

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Reviewed by Rose on 24/9/2018

Excellent work from Jonathan, I would have no hesitation in recommending him to work in your garden and home.

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uPVC fascias / Soffits / Cladding specialists - what you need to know

Soffits and fascias are the humble heroes of your home. They play a vital and often underappreciated role – not only providing an elegant finish to your roof line but helping to keep your home warm and dry too. 

Fascias are boards which are fixed to the edges of roof rafters, while soffits sit between the wall and the edge of your roof. Working together, they ensure the roof and wall cavity of your home are protected from moisture penetration while retaining maximum heat.

Wood was traditionally used for both fascias and soffits. But as it's prone to warping (and needs maintenance), UPVC is now preferred by many home owners. As well as being durable and maintenance-free, modern UPVC fascias and soffits are available in a variety of colours and finishes, so there's something for every style of home.

New fascias and soffits don't always require your existing boards to be ripped out. UPVC panels can be installed on top of existing soffits and fascias as cladding, saving time and labour costs.

How much does UPVC soffit and fascia replacement cost?

Replacing soffits and fascias usually requires scaffolding, and that will hike the price up. To refit a standard 3-bedroom house, expect to pay:

  • Scaffolding: £500–800
  • Soffit and fascia board costs: £150–£200
  • Labour: £600–£800

What are soffits?

Soffits are typically found on the underside of a rood edge. Historically they were made from different materials like fibrous boards, cement, steel and wood. But today, UPVC is the most common choice. As we’ve mentioned, UPVC is cheaper and less hassle than most alternatives.

Soffits are there to protect your roof rafters from weather, preventing moisture penetration and rotting. Some varieties of soffit are vented and can help airflow to circulate around the home. And UPVC soffits offer improved insulation compared with other options.

Modern UPVC soffit boards are available in a wide range of styles and colours, so you’re sure to find one just right for your home – no matter whether you live in a modern townhouse or a country cottage. And being water resistant, UPVC makes for a much lower maintenance option – easy to clean, and with no need to sand and paint the board.

What are fascias?

The clue’s in the name – fascias are boards that face out from your roof. They’re placed along the lower edge of the roof and fixed directly to roof trusses.

Fascias have a number of jobs to perform. They provide support for the lowest row of roof tiles and guttering, as well as delivering a neat finishing touch and protecting your home’s interior from the elements.

Traditionally, fascia board was made from wood. But wood requires painting and regular upkeep to ensure it stays weatherproof. And no matter how dedicated you are to those maintenance duties, wood will eventually rot.

That’s why most homeowners opt for UPVC fascias. As with UPVC soffits, plastic fascia boards are extremely durable, requiring next to no maintenance and they’re very easy to clean. Available in a wide range of colours and styles, you’ll be able to find an option for any age, era of size of home.

The qualifications your tradesperson needs

Your tradesperson won’t need any qualifications to install new soffits or fascias, but they should arrive with plenty of experience (and evidence working on projects similar to yours).

Some older soffit boards may contain asbestos, and your professional may therefore need a license in order to able to remove or work on them.

Planning permission for soffit and fascia replacement

You won’t need consent from your local planning office to replace soffits or fascias. The only thing you’ll need to consider is whether you could be contravening the “visual amenity” of your home if it’s listed or sits within a neighbourhood with a very specific style.

Insurance your tradesperson needs

With work that involves ripping board from your roof, usually accompanied by scaffolding, there’s always the potential for things to go wrong when replacing your soffits and fascias.

So, make sure your tradesperson holds public liability insurance. This will protect them and your property in case of any mishaps or damage.

Questions you should ask your tradesperson

  • What material would they recommend for your soffits and fascias?
  • Can they clad your existing soffits and fascias rather than removing them?
  • Can they use vented soffits to help with airflow?
  • Can they refit your gutters after attaching your soffits and fascias?
  • What maintenance is required for your soffits and fascias?

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