Fascias And Soffits Replacement
Having brand new fascias/soffits fitted to your roof not only makes your house look nice and modern, it also protects the inside of your loft from damp and prevents the wooden structure from getting rot caused by water damage from condensation buid up.
Before replacing the fascia/soffits, it is important to choose the best style, color and size of the soffits and fascia for the appearance of your house. Improperly selected soffits and fascia can spoil the appearance of your house.
Removing Fascia boards
We remove the first row of tiles from your roof. Use a knife to cut a few inches from the existing covered felt and remove the trough. We then remove the fascia with a tool before checking the rafters for rotting. Cut out and replace any areas prone to rotting.
Fixation of Fascias
We attach the fascia boards to the soffits. Nails will hold the boards securely enough that they do not bend or turn. Boards will be able to support shingles, gutters and the weight of rainwater or snow. We make sure that the ends of the panel do not interfere with the opening and closing of the windows of the house.
Attach the gutter and make sure that all seams are attached to the fascia with screws to prevent movement. Test the groove with water to make sure there are no leakages.
Replacement of felt
Mount the replacement cornices. Put the felt under the covered felt that is in place, and make sure that the felt is placed on the newly installed chute. If necessary, install the bird's comb on the upper edge of the fascia so that the birds can not reach the attic.
Cleaning of planks and drains
Clean the boards and gutters. Apply silicone sealant to exterior walls to prevent water from leaking in to your wall cavity. The fascia board is the part located at the front where the roof joins the outside walls of the building.