EYG Windows

Fascia and Soffits

Having the full roofline treatment bring a sense of completeness to the appearance of your home.

There is little point in installing new windows, and leaving rotting timber boards visible beneath the roof, or leaking guttering which lets rain run down your house and degrade the brickwork.

Installing FSG is a specialist job which cannot be done by even the most skilled DIY enthusiast.

At EYG we have been installing FSG for many decades – our professional fitters are trained and skilled to ensure that they’re properly installed to avoid any weather damage to your home.

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Learn more about Fascia & Soffits

More commonly referred to as 'roofline' products by architects and builders; fascias and soffits are the boards positioned along the bottom edges of a roof where it meets the external wall of your house. The fascia supports the weight of the bottom row of tiles and carry all the guttering fixtures.

Traditionally, roofline products were made from wood, which needs regular maintenance and repainting to prevent rot. If decay does occur, the whole roof structure can become vulnerable - and opting for modern uPVC fascias and soffits will ensure your home looks good for years.

At EYG, our fascias and soffits fitters can replace every aspect of your roofline – including the bargeboards, guttering and cladding – to protect your roof timbers and brickwork from wind, rain, corrosion or the freeze and thaw cycle. With no deposit to pay, or the option to buy now and pay nothing for 12 months, it’s easier than ever to weather-proof your home.

Safeguard your property and put an end to the hassle of continual maintenance, get in touch with our fascias and soffits fitters or call 0800 181888 for a free no-obligation quote.

How do I know if I need new fascia and soffits?

When it comes to replacing your fascia and soffits, there are four main signs of wear and tear to look out for:

1. Exposed brickwork or timber

2. Rotting or flaking wood

3. Peeling paintwork

4. Watermarks

If you see any of these, get in touch immediately - we'll be happy to visit and carry out a free roof assessment on your home.

Our specialist team of fascias and soffits fitters are highly experienced and can quickly provide you with a free quote or discuss what action needs to be taken to prevent the risk of further damage.

How long does it take to replace fascia and soffits?

Obviously, the amount of time it takes to replace your fascia and soffits will depend on the size of your property and how easy it is to access your roof.

Once we have carried out an initial on-site inspection, we will provide you with an accurate fixed-price quote and tell you how long the project will take to complete. Usually, it only takes a maximum of two to three days to totally transform your home’s exterior.

Buy now pay nothing for 12 months

Flexible payment plans let you improve your home immediately without worrying how to pay for it.

10 year warranty

Our comprehensive 10-year ‘repair or replace’ warranty allows you to invest with complete confidence.

Features & Benefits

Prevent damage, save money

If your roof space becomes compromised by water and is left for months or years, the effects will become more expensive to solve
 

Protection from all weathers

Fascias and soffits play an important role by keeping the wind, rain and snow away from the structural timbers underneath
 

Extend your roof’s lifespan

Soffits and fascias make your roof structure last longer and stop the exposed edges of the felt from deteriorating
 

Eradicate water damage

Properly-fitted roofline products will stop water ponding behind the fascia and eliminate the risk of a sagging underlay
 

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