Fascia's Soffits & Gutters
Make sure the rain goes with the flow
Installation of gutters
Replacement of fascias & soffits
Down pipe repairs and replacement
Fascia's and soffits not only provide extra protection for your home, they add the finishing touch that makes your home look complete.
The fascia is the long, straight board that runs along the lower edge of the roof's eaves. It is typically made of wood or PVC and is attached to the lower ends of the roof rafters or trusses. The primary function of fascia is to support the bottom row of roof tiles or slates, while also providing a finished appearance to the roofline. The fascia also serves an important role in protecting the roof and the interior of the building from water damage. It covers the exposed ends of the roof rafters or trusses, preventing moisture from seeping into the building's structure. Properly installed and maintained fascia can help to prolong the life of the roof and prevent costly repairs.
gutters are an important component of a home's roofing system. They are installed along the edges of the roofline and are designed to collect and channel rainwater away from the building's foundation. Gutters must be installed correctly in order to function properly. They should be sloped slightly downward toward the downspouts to ensure that rainwater flows through them and away from the building's foundation. The gutters should also be securely attached to the roofline and should be inspected regularly for signs of damage, blockages or wear, and any necessary repairs should be made promptly to prevent further damage.