● Guttering ● Fascias ● Soffits


Roofline products, including fascias, soffits and guttering, are essential for any
property as they protect your home from weather and nesting birds, as well as
improving the overall aesthetic appeal of your home. For most, they probably go
unnoticed but old, rotten roofline can look unsightly and cause expensive water
damage to your home. Stop the rot before it’s too late - fascias, soffits,
guttering and cladding are all durable, weather-resistant, attractive and low
maintenance. Installation is clean and hassle-free, with no dust or mess and it
could spare you from costly repairs.


Fascia boards are the long, straight boards that run alongside the lower edge of the roof, perfectly concealing and protecting the ends of your roof rafters from British weather. Fascias are made from solid, durable board so they can carry the weight of the guttering which is no mean feat, especially in extreme weather conditions.


The soffit board runs underneath the fascia board, helping to ventilate inside your roof and prevent damp and condensation. It also protects your home from the elements. Soffits bridge the gap between siding and roof edge and tidy the underside of the roof overhang, giving your roofline a visually pleasing, clean-edged finish. And because they are made from uPVC, they require very little maintenance, meaning no more climbing ladders.


Bargeboards are essentially the same as Fascia boards but run up the sloping edge of a roof. Our solid board provides strength, durability, and also conceals the otherwise exposed end of the timbers or purlins of the roof. They also provide protection from the weather and keeps your roof lining perfectly dry.


Guttering and downpipes are an effective, durable rainwater system which protect your home from water damage by safely channelling rainwater away from the foundations of your home, ensuring efficient drainage of your roof. Expertly manufactured from uPVC for a durable, weather-proof finish, we use solid boards offering protection from the elements and wider gutter unions to allow for thermal expansion and contraction.