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Roofline fitters and roofline design

This article will provide you with all the information you need about roofline design and roofline fitters, here we have given you the most information that we think is necessary so if you’d like to know anything else don’t hesitate to contact us.

The roofline product is used where the building or your home meets the roof. This is the most vulnerable part of the building or your house as it’s exposed to the elements more than any other section of the house. As well as this it is also a difficult section of the building to get to and it is one of the areas of the building or your house that is observed the least. If it’s left unchecked water from damaged gutters, that have been blocked or broken, could overflow and create conditions which can cause damp and mould on the inside part of your building or home. Also, your roof can begin to rot if moisture gets in your joints, rafters or roof. Repairs will be costly if this happens.

Commonly roofline products are made from timber. Although wood is porous an is extremely susceptible to water, fire and insects while being combustible. Timber can also absorb water, but this can compromise its strength and cause adverse health effects. Another option you could go for is PVC (polyvinyl chloride). You could use this instead of timber. This is cheaper and more modern, it can also improve the outside appearance of your roof and the performance of it.

Replacing your roofline

Full roofline replacement

This solution is long term as it is a full roofline replacement. It involves removing the current fascia’s that are still there and replacing them with a newer PVC fascia board. This product can last many years with barely any maintenance. PVC roofline products don’t rot, warp, discolour or bend.

Capping over

This solution is short term and includes removing the gutter that’s still there and attaching a PVC cappit board to it. Although, to cap it over is a more cheap and appealing option. It should just be used if the timber currently there Is in a good condition an isn’t rotting or decaying.

I hope this article has been helpful in informing you on roofline fitters and roofline design, I hope it has been helpful and provided you with valid information you’ll find useful. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions.


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