Terms used throughout our website:
These are solid painted fascia boards, usually of one colour and size to fit the property.
These are a series of interlocking boards which make up the fascia.
These are larger and more decorative fascia boards, ideal for replacing older wooden ones.
Pinking is the discoloration of white PVC fascia boards on buildings. It can occur after five years or more and most likely to happen on North facing buildings. The discolouration is also thought to be due to a reaction with lead-based products.
Painted wooden fascia boards left unmaintained will start to “flake” due to rot and weathering.
High grade screws which attach the fascia to the building. Commonly used in marine applications due to their water resistant properties.
Decorative joints which connect the piece of fascia or soffit together.
Unplasticated polyvinyl chloride - A rigid plastic commonly used for fascias, doors and windows.
These are the pieces of fascia board which cover the gable end of a property.
These pieces connect the fascia boards and bargeboards on the corner of the gable end and roofline. They come in all shapes and sizes depending on the shape of your property.