Plastic fascia boards Oban
Oban has a verity of older and newer properties we’ve worked on over the years Older properties tend to have original wooden fascia boards where has newer types tend to have Plastic fascia boards Oban has a lot of older properties With traditional slate roofs and wooden fascia.
Wooden fascia’s can be high maintenance with painting every couple of years.
Not maintaining wooden fascia and soffits will lead to decaying and weathered even rotten voids in the fascia where birds and insects can enter the roof space.
Abbey Roofing services will take care of the whole project from start to finish.
Including rubbish removal scaffolding if needed choosing materials ext.
UPVC can vastly improve the curb appeal of your house with many colours to choose from like the new anthracite grey and brown woodgrain. To Blue and red now too.
A full replacement fascia job: Always the best solution when any sort of large areas of rot are found, and this means the top of the wooden fascia boards if a roof problem such as inadequate roof pitch and there’s been a leaking problem in the past or lack of tile or slate cover into the gutter has caused a problem Full replacement every time:
However, this will have a knock-on effect into the roof structure strength and roof detailing like verges, gables, hip ridges and roof tile support Correct installation technique is vital for long term roof strength.
On a tiled roof a more modern roof the verge can be replaced with a maintenance free (Dry Verge Cap) system like the one pictured
Ventilation plays a major part with your roof space:
Has does insulation – you should be replacing these fascia and soffits only once.
It’s the perfect time to check and make sure there is the correct ventilation the vents are placed in the new soffits Abbey roofings roofline system is color coded and integrated in the new upvc soffits.
This is very important to be done right has it can lead to condensation and damp timbers with mold ext. we also have a vent system that can not be seen and runs along the top of the fascia check out this on building regs.