UPVC Fascias & Soffits
Clearway Maintenance can supply and fit Fascias and Soffits which helps improve the look of your home. UPVC fascias, barge boards, soffits are a high quality alternative to timber.
Unlike timber, UPVC does not rot, warp, bend or discolour. Once water has penetrated timber, its only a matter of time before the frame will need replacing.
Not only is water damage an issue with timber, you also need to consider woodworm which can cause structural damage.
Our fittings will improve the look and increase the value of your home, as well as saving you time and money, as our products do not need painting, preserving or staining.
Fascias, soffits and guttering are all key factors in protecting your property from water damage, if guttering is incorrectly installed or becomes frail or damaged over time the rain water can collect and start to over sill.
Over a period of time this will cause the fascia and soffits on your property to become rotten and will also cause water penetration through your properties walls destroying any decor you may have had done.
Clearway Maintenance team can install guttering, fascias and soffits to the highest of standards and will always advise our customers on the best grade of gutter, fascia and soffit for their property.
WHAT ARE SOFFIT BOARDS?
Soffit is the exposed siding that is underneath your roof’s overhang. Since your soffit is located on the underside of your roof, it’s not visible from a distance and so getting up close to it is required for inspection.
However, soffit can still be seen when you’re close to the home and when you’re underneath it. Soffit is usually the same design and color as the rest of uPVC around the home, but can be different depending on your own personal tastes and preferences.
We recommend uPVC soffits as they provide the best value whilst ensuring the lowest maintenance.
WHAT ARE FASCIA BOARDS?
Fascia goes hand-in-hand with your home’s soffit. Fascia is the area of siding directly above the soffit. It’s the exposed board you see on the front of your roof’s overhang.
Your fascia is also where gutters are placed. Fascia is very visible and needs to be in good shape so your home’s curb appeal isn’t in jeopardy.
Just like soffit, fascia can be made of aluminum, wood or uPVC and the best option is uPVC, both from value and maintenance.