Expert installation of UPVC anthracite grey fascia boards, tongue and groove soffits with a black half round gutter system. We also replaced the shiplap cladding at the rear of the property on the conservatory.
To replace anything, the first job is the removal, so the first part of the task is to remove the old guttering and fascia board supporting it, followed by the old wooden soffit board. The installers then check the roof felt and rafter ends for any type of damage or rot, then make repairs where necessary. Piece by piece the installers begin to rebuild the roofline, first the soffit is cut to size and slid into place with a tongue and groove effect. The installers then attach ventilation strips to the upper edge of the new fascia board, which will be hidden by the eaves protection tray. The fascia board is then secured into place with marine grade quality fixings with discreet weather proof heads. The gutter clips are fixed once they have been marked with a string line, then the gutter is clipped in. The gutter is fitted with leaf guards to stop them clogging up. Finally the eaves protection tray can be fitted underneath the roof felt and rest neatly over the ventilation strips, the tiles can be placed back into their original position.
It is worth noting when the installers cut the soffit to fit on the lower elevation at the front of the property they also had to drill holes for an electrician to install LED lighting. Once the fascias, soffits and guttering had been replaced on the house, the team could turn their attention to the conservatory where they replaced the shiplap cladding, fascia boards and guttering.
Anthracite UPVC fascia board.
Anthracite UPVC tongue and groove soffit.
Black half round gutter system.
Shiplap anthracite cladding.
Eaves protection tray.
Over fascia ventilation.
Led lighting fixed into lower elevation at front.
Scaffold (to access upper elevation across conservatory).