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When it comes to the house's roof, many elements are involved. Roofing tiles are an essential part of the package. They make everything work perfectly. Some features are needed for structural reasons, while others add a finished look to the roof and are essential for aesthetical purposes. Two lesser-known elements are Soffits and Fascia, and here is an introduction.

Soffits and fascia are often overlooked but essential for a property. Without them, your home could be susceptible to a range of problems. They also help regulate the attic's temperature and moisture levels, preventing moisture build-up and potential damage. Moreover, they add aesthetic value to the exterior of the building. They provide a finished look to the underside of the roof and the roofline.



Fascias are placed where the roof meets an outer wall, often termed the roofline. Fascia, or fascia boards, are long straight boards found at the roof's lower edge and fixed directly to roof trusses. It supports the last row of tiles or other roofing material and keeps the guttering. Like soffits, the fascia does two jobs: offer a finish to your house and protect its interior from weathering damage.


uPVC (unplasticised polyvinyl chloride) is a popular material used for soffits and fascia in modern homes. Here are some of the benefits of uPVC soffits and fascia:

  • Low maintenance: uPVC soffits and fascia are highly durable and resistant to weathering, rotting, and warping. They require little maintenance and can be easily cleaned with soap and water.

  • Longevity: uPVC soffits and fascia have a long lifespan and are highly resistant to fading, cracking, and peeling. They can last for many years without needing to be replaced. This makes them a cost-effective choice in the long run.

  • Aesthetically pleasing: Plastic soffits and fascia are available in various colours and styles to match any home's exterior design. They provide a sleek and modern appearance that can enhance the home's curb appeal.

  • Energy efficient: uPVC soffits and fascia are energy efficient and can help to reduce heating and cooling costs. They provide insulation which prevents heat from escaping in winter and keeps the home cooler in summer. Environmentally friendly PVC soffits and fascia are a sustainable choice as they are made from recyclable materials and can be recycled when they end their lifespan.

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