The term ‘roofline’ covers a number of elements – fascias, soffits, bargeboards, guttering, cladding.
When any part of your roofline starts to weaken it needs to be attended to immediately, otherwise there is a strong chance of water damage (leaks, damp) occurring to your house. You can cap over worn out timber roofline to try and resolve issues with certain elements of it, and it won’t cost you much money to do it, but it’ll only be a temporary fix and you’ll find yourself having to do it again further down the line.
The best long-term and permanent fix is to replace your tired old roofline with UPVC roofline and at Hazlemere we supply fascias, soffits, bargeboards, guttering and cladding in that exact material.
UPVC is weather-resistant, so even a frequent deluge of wet weather will fail to have any negative impact on UPVC roofline.
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Fresh, new UPVC roofline will make a massive difference to the appearance of your house and lift its entire look. It can be finished in a wide selection of foiled UPVC colours to help ensure the roofline suits the age and character of a property and enhances its visual appeal.
We mentioned capping earlier in the piece, but you won’t ever have to do that to UPVC roofline as it isn’t susceptible to rotting or any sort of weathering. The only thing you might want to do every once in a while is to wipe the roofline down with a wet, soapy cloth. If you don’t fancy traversing your way up a ladder or are scared of heights, you can always ask someone to come and clean it for you.
Though UPVC roofline is largely more affordable than timber roofline it’s no reason for it not to last. You will certainly get your money’s worth when it’s bought from Hazlemere as you will receive a full 10 year guarantee on both the product and installation.
There’ll be no more need for crossing your fingers hoping it doesn’t rain this winter when our UPVC roofline has been added. A FREE roofline quote can be obtained here.
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