Fascias & Soffits - White PVC Square Bull Nosed or Ogee Barge Boards
A fascia company we have been suppliers of white fascia boards and soffit roofline products for over 20 years. Links to the product ranges are at the bottom of the page.
No more painting those old wooden fascias and soffits. You can entirely replace old timber fascias or cover the old wood with High-Quality PVC boards. Matching PVC soffit boards are also available in solid PVC or hollow PVC tongue and groove boards, both of which come with prevented options. With plastic guttering and eaves protection and you can forget it for years. White fascias are a common choice as they blend in well with white PVC windows and doors almost any gutter system can be used with white the two most popular options are black half-round and square white.
What does PVC or uPVC stand for? = unplasticized polyvinyl chloride. U stands for unplasticized this makes it a relatively hard plastic with a long life expectancy this type of material is used for all sorts of building products used in s construction from drains to roof tiles.
PVC Fascia Boards come in various thicknesses from 9mm to 25 mm Soffits are available in hollow or solid boards both 9mm thick.
If you need further help ordering or product information, please call us, telephone 0117 971 99 22
The cover board is used on top of existing timber, or sometimes the old rotten wood is replaced with tanalized wood and then covered. Installation is relatively simple there are a few things to watch out for firstly if your windows are close to the new fascia ensure they still open freely.
Next, you need expansion joints which need to be left behind the corners and joiners these should be approx 5mm this means it is best practice to use super glue and activator to fix the corners as this will allow the joint to move freely. The adhesive should be used on one side of the corner or joint all the other side to move.
Boards are fixed using either plastic top pins or nails pins are suitable on 9 mm or 10 mm thick boards and nails should be used on 17mm 18mm 22mm or 25mm boards. Nails do come in various sizes but if you are fixing into the joist ends due to the direction of the grain in the wood it is always best to use 65mm nails on the thicker boards.
Originally these boards were designed to be used as a reveal liner to go around windows on the inside to prevent mould and damp. The boards are fitted up the inside of the window reveals, and an ever white silicone is used to join the board to the window.
This has a dramatic effect on cold and warm air mixing together down the side of the windows and this, in turn, prevents or sometimes cures the build-up of mould that forms in some older houses in these areas these boards can be nailed or glued in to place using stainless steel pins or solvent-free adhesive, Reveal liners can also be used just because they look great and they are so simple to keep clean it also gets you away from trying to get wallpaper around the corner into the window.
Roofline - We have square leg bull-nosed and ogee styles boards suitable for Detached house semi-detached or terraced houses, These come in two options cover or replacement fascias suitable for the roof eaves or on gable ends
uPVC Fascias Soffits Technical information
RAL Colour: White 9010
Product Length Tolerance: +-5mm
All Sizes Available: 100mm, 125mm, 150mm, 175mm, 200mm, 225mm, 250mm, 300mm or 405mm measured externally add 9mm
Guarantees: Minimum10 years Product Type: Square Leg Bull nosed and ogee Fascia Board or Reveal Liner
Accessories - Corners external and internal, joints, finials, eaves trays, soffits and guttering rainwater systems, box ends,
From Bristol City Centre We aim to deliver most white fascia orders within a couple of days, but this can vary due to stock levels and demand on our delivery fleet in peak times such as school holidays. Larger contractors orders tend to be placed weeks or months in advance. Guaranteed delivery dates need to be planned by at least four weeks. Whenever possible, we try to use our delivery fleet as this reduces damages and lost packages. When your delivery arrives, there are a few things to consider.
The products should be stored off the floor, and they are bets not in direct sunlight if there is protective bubble wrap packaging this must be removed at the time of delivery.
The actual storage bags on the boards should have the ends opened. Avoiding overheating due to the sun while in storage is the aim.
Boards should be stored out of the way to avoid creating any trip hazards.
Maintenance Very simple once installed the boards need a very occasional clean with mild soapy water and a soft cloth. Solvents and abrasives should be avoided.
Home Line Freefoam Kestrel Epwin Group Manufactures off different guarantees which come with different conditions attached Having been in the industry for 25 years we know these products are now very reliable and as such you are not likely to have any significant issues Ther are also conditions relating to the requirements of installation and conforming to building regulations which vary from England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.