Professional installers of the highest quality Fascias and soffits across Dorset and Hampshire
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Here at Home Style Facias and Cladding, we strive to satisfy all our customers requirements from start to finish, from free friendly advice and quotations to the end product of your fascias and soffits. We have over 20 years experience in fascia & soffit fixtures so rest assured that our highly professional fascia experts will complete the job to the highest of standards. We offer a full 15 year guarantee on all our installations, so should any problems crop up a few years down the line, be assured we will be on hand to come and rectify any issues you may have.
A free quotation will then be written and sent to you via email or your chosen method of contact. Only when in your own time you have chosen to employ us at Home Style, to undertake your Fascia and soffit requirements we will offer a date and time for one of our qualified installation teams to carry out the works to your property.
Once the job is completed to our very high satisfactory standard, we request payment on completion.
Contact our expert roofline team today for a free quotation on 01425 896165
Importance of a professional roofline
There are three additional parts to a traditional roofing system that help tie everything together, help prolong the life of the roof, ultimately the building itself and also add to visual appeal.
Soffits, Fascias and guttering all play a crucial role when it comes to protecting your home, acting as a barrier to prevent moisture from penetrating your roof, leading to rot and decay.
What Are Fascia's?
The fascia is mounted at the point where the roof meets the outer walls of the house. This is often referred to as the ROOF-LINE. Most people refer to it by the name of the main board that carries the gutter - the fascia. Not many people are actually familiar with these terms, so here are a few words to help familiarise yourself.
The fascia board is the long, straight board that runs along the lower edge of the roof. The fascia is fixed directly to the roof trusses and usually does all the work of supporting the bottom row of tiles and carrying all the guttering. This is no mean feat, especially when it is raining hard. In a downpour the roof of a 3-bed semi could be washing several gallons of water per second into its gutters.
Old, damaged or incorrect fascia installation may cause these problems
Fascia boards come in a variety of colours to choose from
Soffit serves both a aesthetic and functional purpose for a buildings roofing system. Its the skin that covers your eaves - without it, you would see your rafter beams fully exposed. Cover it up with the style and colour you desire to give your home a instant uplift.
Functionally speaking, soffit protects your rafters from the weather elements. If your rafters are exposed in any area you will likely have mould build up and rotting beams to replace which in turn can prove very costly. Plus mould in a home is never healthy.
Technically, a soffit is the underside of any element of a building. The word originates with the Latin suffigere, meaning "to fix underneath." So there are soffits on ceilings, stairs, and even cornices. The most common type, however, is found in the area under the eaves on the exterior of the house. The soffit extends from the side of the house to the edge of the eave and closes the space beneath the eave.
The soffit board is tucked away under the fascia board. It is usually the board that you see most of from street level. The soffit can be ventilated to allow the flow of air into the roof area. Alternatively, ventilation can be provided over the top of the fascia board. Many people prefer the latter solution these days. Without adequate ventilation, condensation will form in the roof void increasing the risk of timber decay.