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Fascias & Soffits

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Fascias & Soffits in High Wycombe, Beaconsfield and Amersham

Damaged or worn fascias and soffits don’t just make your property look old and tired – they also have the potential to cause serious problems if not properly maintained. Stay Dry Roofing High Wycombe Ltd is one of Buckinghamshire’s leading companies for the maintenance and replacement of all kinds of fascias and soffits.

What are Fascias & Soffits?

Fascias support the bottom row of tiles on your roof, as well as bearing the load of horizontal guttering, which can become very heavy after a lot of rain. If they fail, it can have serious consequences not only for your property but potentially also for anyone passing underneath at the time.

Soffits play an important role in keeping your roof area well ventilated. Commonly made from uPVC, soffits sit underneath your roof’s guttering system and help to protect your roof’s rafters from the elements. Plus, many modern soffits can also enhance the overall aesthetic of your roof.

However, if their condition deteriorates, you run the risk of developing damaging condensation, with the ensuing potential for decay and rot in the timbers of your roof as well as mould entering your property.


Fascia & Soffit Replacement

Fascias and Soffits play a crucial role in ensuring your domestic or commercial property remains protected. By supporting your roof and guttering system, these elements must be in the very best condition at all times, if not, the impact can be costly and severe.

If mould enters your property, it becomes a real challenge to properly eradicate it. This is why it’s so vital to keep a fascia and soffits in optimum condition. Sometimes, it will be necessary to carry out a full fascia and soffit replacement to ensure your property remains protected, and at Stay Dry Roofing High Wycombe Ltd, we pride ourselves on providing a top of the range offering throughout High Wycombe, Beaconsfield, Amersham and beyond.

If a fascia and soffit replacement is deemed necessary, the next question you’ll probably have is ‘how long does it take to replace a fascia and soffit?’ Well, due to the nature of the work and the fundamental nature of these elements, it’ll typically take one or two days for the process to be completed. But, it’s well worth it given the level of protection new fascias and soffits bring to a property.

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Fascia & Soffit Repair

Over time, it’s likely that you will need to replace certain parts of your roof. This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise given how exposed roofs are to the elements. But, while it’ll sometimes be necessary to carry out full replacements of things like a fascia or soffit, it won’t always be the case.

Sometimes, a fascia or soffit will just require minor repairs to get it back to its best. While you may be thinking about how to repair soffits and fascias, we’d always recommend calling on the experts and not trying it yourself.

Roofing work can be dangerous, and if you don’t know what you’re doing you could end up making matters worse and more costly for yourself.

Our experienced team of roofers is equipped to service, maintain and replace fascias and soffits throughout the High Wycombe, Beaconsfield and Amersham areas. Call us today or fill in our online form for a rapid response and cost-effective quote.

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