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Benefits of Choosing PVC Roofline

  • More thermally efficient than timber
  • Weather resistant
  • Working life of 40 years plus
  • No need for painting
  • No re-painting or regular repairs
  • Low maintenance – saves money
  • UPVC does not contain toxic lead, cadmium or barium.
  • Does not produce harmful CFCs
  • No unhealthy solvents vented to the atmosphere
  • Recyclable

PVC roof lines will not rot, will never need painting, will not discolour and will remain maintenance free for many years to come.

With roofline there are many styles and colours to choose from. If you are not sure what would be best for you, we will be more than happy to show you samples and answer any questions you may have.

PVC Roofline

In today’s market, buyers want to move into homes that are hassle free. Homeowners are now realising the benefit of installing quality PVC roofline fascias, soffits and guttering.

First impressions is one of the most important factors when buying a house. With this in mind, it is vital your property is not blighted by rotting fascias and leaking gutters, which prospective viewers will see first.

We offer a variety of different colours and shapes of guttering to tie in and match with any property.

Fascias & Soffits

Most homes have fascias, soffits and barge boards, and many have panels of softwood timber cladding. As with timber windows, these need regular maintenance like painting and/or ongoing repairs, which can be costly and time consuming.
Dry Verge

PVC Roofline benefits vs Softwood Timber

As we all know, wood is a very porous material. Once water has breached the outer layer, it is only a matter of when, not if, it will need replaced. This paves the way for woodworm and structural damage. The cost of PVC roof line is not a great deal more expensive than wood. In the long run PVC is more cost effective by far taking into account maintenance costs, such as: sanding, painting and filling. In addition PVC has a significantly longer life span than wood

Full Replacement or Cap-Over

Too often we have seen customers having capping boards fitted over existing rotten softwood / timber fascias rather than having the old rotten timber completely removed and replaced with PVC fascias. This may seem the more cost effective option when presented to you in the short term, but over the long run is it really such a good idea? The rotten wood has not gone anywhere; it is still there, deteriorating even more each year. Eventually the nails will become loose due to continual rotting, leaving your fascias exposed and unsecured.