Roof fascia and soffit replacement

Our experienced fitters will start by erecting either towers or full scaffolding to gain access to your roofline. They then remove the first line of roof tiles and cut back the old felt line to reveal the eaves and roofs rafters. The felt line will replaced with longer lasting and more durable eaves protection boards. We then remove the existing fascia and soffit.

The new uPVC soffit is fitted first followed by the fascia. The uPVC fascia is fitted with ventilation and eaves protection boards. Eaves protection boards will replace the damaged felt, guide water into the gutter and keep out pests. Gutter brackets are fixed in place with the gutter is installed with the downpipes.

Finally, all new upvc is cleaned, and all rubbish is removed from the site. Upon the completed installation of your new fascia board, we will issue you with our 20yr warranty, which will ensure that you get the best from your gutters and fascias for the duration of this time. At no extra cost we will return every 12 months to carry out an inspection of your gutters.


How much do new fascias, soffits and gutters cost?

Are you in need of new fascias, soffits and gutters for your home? We offer competitive pricing for Detached houses, Semi-Detached houses and Terrace homes across Dorset & Hampshire. Soffit and fascia cost from:

Bournemouth Cladding

Terrace House From £990

Bournemouth Cladding

Semi-Detached House From £1360

Bournemouth Cladding

Detached House From £2200

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If you want a free online quote for Fascias, Soffit, rainwater goods or weatherboard cladding

Simply send us photos of your property as per our guide and fill in the form below. We may need to call you just to discuss various options for the quote but no site visit required at this stage. We will email you back a free. no-obligation quote ASAP.

Understanding The Roofline Products

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1. Fascia

The fascia is the front of the roofline. Attached directly to the rafters, the fascia is often made from uPVC but can often be seen in wood or metal. The fascia holds the gutter and takes the weight. Most popular choice for a fascia is white uPVC. It is possible to have your house fascia in a variety of colours and even in wood grain finish.

2. Soffit

Soffits are not always featured on a roofs overhang. They are used to keep out the cold and damp and in the event of a fire, stop the flames from accessing the roof space. Because of this it is common to see asbestos soffits due to their fire-retardant properties. Like your home’s fascia, the soffit can come in a wide variety of colours.

3. Gutters

Gutters are used to catch rain water and debris and redirect the flow to a downpipe and off to a drainage area on your property. Gutters are often seen in three different types. uPVC, metal, and concrete. uPVC is the cheapest alternative to replacing concrete and old metal gutters. It is becoming more popular to reintroduce metal gutters to homes using galvanised steel gutters.

4. Barge Boards

Barge boards are used to cover the gable end of your home. Barge boards are used to protects the roofs exposed timbers from the elements. Since bargeboards do not provide any structural support it is common so see barge boards in a more decorative fashion. It is common practise to use the same fascia board to carry on as the barge board.

5. Cladding

Cladding is the latest way to decorate your home. It provides water proofing and heat insulation to the exterior of a building and is available in a wide range of colours, finishes and materials.

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Can I cap over? 

As a rule of thumb, full fascia and soffit replacements are required on nearly all our installations due to the age of the original timber fascias and soffits, lack of maintenance and weather damage. If the original timber fascia boards and roof eaves are good condition, it is possible to have a fascia and soffit cap over. Our surveyor will work out the best solution for your needs and budget. 

Choose the colour of your new fascias, soffits and gutters

Henry ford once said you can have it in any colour providing its black, well in the early days you could have any colour providing it was white! Now it is possible to get your new fascias and soffits in 15 different colours including special order RAL colours! We are even able to use Cedral cladding boards to create your roofline allowing you pick from different finishes and colours! 

Bargeboards and Boxends

Bargeboards are the timbers fitted to gable ended properties. More often than not they have soffit boards fitted underneath as well. The bargeboards come down to meet the fascia boards to which the guttering is attached, and this area, where they meet is called the ‘box end’.

These box ends are an important visual element of your house and if fitted correctly will enhance the look of your property. We see many examples of poorly constructed box ends and you probably won’t have to look far to see one of these yourself.

So regardless as to whether it’s a cap over or full wood removal installation that we are carrying out we always make sure that special attention is paid to the box end detail and that they are fitted precisely and in one piece.

To us at the The Gutter and Cladding Company it is an important part in achieving customer satisfaction, therefore we want the finished look of the ‘box ends’ to aesthetically complement your house.

Reliable, affordable Fascia Full Removal from a local company you can trust. Contact us on 01202 470044 for a free quote.

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UPVC Products

We are a registered FreeFoam installer and use their product range for its:

20 Year Guarantee

As standard FreeFoam Products come with a 20-year guarantee. When fitted by a FreeFoam installer this is extended to 50 YEARS! on all roofline, cladding and rainwater goods. This guarantee covers warping, cracking, discolour or blistering.

Colour & Style

FreeFoam offer a vivd colour rage which is backed by Freefoam’s own innovative Colormax®. Offering a colourfast guarantee on all products. This is also extended to their woodgrain products and covers the range for up to 10 years.

Fully Transferable

The Freefoam guarantee does not end when a property changes hands. It can be transferred to the new owners and subsequent owners so they can continue to enjoy the same peace of mind. This is included on all domestic properties.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question 1

How do you replace wooden fascia boards with uPVC?

Question 1

Our teams will generally begin by pulling the old timber fascia off in sections. Providing the roof timbers behind our strong, the uPVC will go on as a direct replacement.

Question 2

How much does it cost to replace your soffit and fascia's?

Question 2

The price does depend on the size of the property, quality of the existing timbers and if scaffolding is required. Generally, you will be looking between £990 - £2200.

Question 3

What is a Fascia?

Question 3

Fascias are the load bearing plastic face of your roof's timbers. They carry the weight of the gutters and helps protect against the elements.  

Question 4

How do I clean my fascias and soffits?

Question 4

Using a damp cloth will be fine to wipe over your uPVC plastics. You can use a uPVC solvent but it is not necessary to use this. 

Question 5

Do I need soffits?

Question 5

Most homes will have them to cap off the roof and prevent heat from getting out and the cold from getting in. Certain out buildings do not use them or roofs with a large overhang.  

Question 6

Do I need fascias?

Question 6

Much like a soffit, the fascia exists to protect the roof and is considered structural to the gutter. However out buildings or roofs with a large overhang can have gutters fixed directly to the roof timbers. 


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