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Fascias and soffits are an essential component of many guttering systems. Not only do they offer support for the guttering itself, they improve the style of your home by producing a clean and tidy finish to the roofline. Fascias or fascia boards are horizontal planks that sit on the edge of the rafters of your roof, closing the end of the roof and creating the support that the guttering is fastened to. Soffits run underneath the fascia boards, closing the gap and protecting the underside of the rafter ends. Soffits are often ventilated to allow the roof timbers to breathe and to avoid any moisture buildup. Box ends are utilised where the horizontal fascia meets the diagonal barge board that runs up the edge of the roof profile, offering a neat finish to an otherwise ugly join.

 

Fascias and soffits are generally constructed from either timber or UPVC. Timber fascias and soffits are typical on older properties and remain popular. However, timber fascias and soffits can rot over time and expose the rest of the guttering to issues or leaks. More recently, UPVC fascias and soffits have been increasingly popular as they offer a durable option that will not rot. UPVC fascias and soffits are available in a wide range of colours to accommodate any house, although white is very fashionable as it provides a traditional appearance. Fascias are additionally available in ogee moulded designs, where feature grooves are integrated. These can have an impressive effect.

Average Soffits and Fascias cost in Chard

How much replacing your soffits and fascias costs depends on several things, including the size of your property, the materials you use and where you live. However, the cost of a soffits and fascias project tends to range between £1,300 and £2,000 for most people.

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Soffits and Fascias installation cost in Chard 2022

Labour cost £1,225
Material cost £438
Waste removal £88
Time frame: 3-5 days

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Chard

Chard is a town and a civil parish in the English county of Somerset. It lies on the A30 road close to the Devon border, 15 miles (24 km) south west of Yeovil. The parish features a population of around 13000 and, at an elevation of 121 metres (397 ft), Chard is the southernmost and highest town in Somerset. Administratively Chard forms part of the district of South Somerset. The name of the town was Cerden in 1065 and Cerdre in the Domesday Book of 1086. Soon after the Norman Conquest, Chard was held by the Bishop of Wells. The town's 1st charter was from King John in 1234. Chard is most famously known as the birthplace of powered flight, as in 1848, John Stringfellow first revealed that engine-powered flight was attainable. Percy and Ernist Petter, who formed Westland Aircraft Works, witnessed some of Stringfellow's demonstrations in Chard and often asked for help in the formation of Westland's first aircraft development factory on the outskirts of Yeovil. Agusta Westland now holds the Henson and Stringfellow lecture yearly for the RAeS. Chard Reservoir, about a mile north east of the town, is a Local Nature Reserve, and Snowdon Hill Quarry a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest. Major employers in the town include Numatic International Limited as well as the Oscar Mayer food processing plant. You'll find a range of sporting and cultural facilities, with secondary education being provided at Holyrood Academy. Religious sites include the Church of St Mary the Virgin which dates back to the late 1200's. For all of your residence upgrades, make certain that you utilise trustworthy pros in Chard to ensure that you get the very best quality.

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    Tower Roofing and Building Ltd

    1 review(s)
    Based: in Wimborne, BH21 3RH

    We are a local friendly roofing company based out of corfe Mullen. With over 25+years experience, all of our staff are fully qualified and certified, experience ranging from 5 - 15 years. We provide all services from a new tile to a new roof, all...

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    Kevin W., BH21
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Wimborne

    Quick and efficientNo contact

    UK FASCIAS LIMITED

    52 review(s)
    Based: in Bridgwater, TA7 8HL

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    Carol A., TA9
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Highbridge

    Excellent. Helpful, speedy and very efficient. Pleasant people to deal with, thank you

    QTS NATIONAL

    7 review(s)
    Based: in Yeovil, BA22 9PM

    HERE AT QTS NATIONAL WE AIM TO DELIVER THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF WORKMANSHIP AT A COMPETITIVE FAIR PRICE WITH ARE GUYS HAVING OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE YOU CAN ASSURE WE GO THE EXTRA MILE TO DO A PERFECT JOB IF YOU WANT A CLEAN RELIABLE RELI...

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    Brian P., TA1
    4

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Taunton

    Did not continue with the company after receiving suitable estimate

    JD Home Improvements and Son Ltd

    2 review(s)
    Based: in Bristol, BS11 9NQ

    At JD Home Improvements – Driveways we offer high-quality driveways to residential properties throughout Bristol. First impressions are important, and that means you want a driveway which will make an impression on guests on their arrival. It can a...

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    Graham B., BS11
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Bristol

    very good nice people

    MICHAEL FOX BUILDERS

    6 review(s)
    Based: in Cardiff, CF3 1UF

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    Gaenor J., CF38
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Pontypridd

    Excellent service from start to finish.

    Everplass Plastics LTD

    1 review(s)
    Based: in South glamorgan, CF63 2AW

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    Maria W., CF31
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Bridgend

    Excellent response time, very competitive quote. Job completed within 5 hours. Great workmanship and left my place spotl...

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    Chard - TA20

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    17 Aug

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    how much to replace soffit and fascia?

    It may be shocking a whole lot of people would not be able to point out fascias and soffits on a building despite the fact that they’re an essential part of the roof. To give you an idea, they’re simply used to cover the roof beams’ ends that comes out of the wall from underneath of the roof. The board that runs vertically just below the roofline is the fascia board, which is also the long length of UPVC. Therefore if you look at the gutters located in the front of house, the board behind is called the fascia board. However, soffits runs horizontally from behind the gutters to the wall of a building, so if you walk close to a house and look up, you’ll identify the soffits. They’re done to cover the gaps between the wall house and the gutters. The main function of both soffit and fascia is to divert water away from your roof as well as walls.

    Fascias and soffits were usually made of wood before UPVC came along. And as a result, they only require little maintenance, no more warping, painting or cracks unlike the wooden ones. However they also can’t last an eternity, so when the time comes and you need to replace your soffit and fascia, you’ll probably want to know just how much it’s going to cost.

    Unfortunately, there’s no way to calculate an accurate cost for fascias and soffits as there are too many variables to put into consideration. These includes the type of fascia and soffit you choose as well as the size of your property. However the average cost to replace a three bed semi-detached house’s fascias and soffits is within the range of £1200 to £1500 or even more if you’re staying in London or in a larger detached building.

    how to replace soffit and fascia board?

    Every year, various parts of your roof may need to be changed at one point or the other. Due to the fact that this event can occur at any time in a year, there’s the need to be fully ready. When it comes that being ready, you simply can’t overlook the importance of soffit and fascia boards in protecting your roof space and helping it maintain its clean and unique visual appeal. As a result, when your soffit and fascia boards need to be changed, you best do so as quickly as possible.

    This task can be completed by anyone with basic DIY knowledge and experience, but if you lack the confidence to pull off then it’ll be advisable to hire a professional who can guarantee the best results for help.

    ✓ Remove the old existing boards. In order to install the new soffit and fascia boards, you’d have to remove the existing ones first. If necessary, you can make use of a Stanley knife to make the process much easier.

    ✓ Fixing soffit boards. Several soffit boards are made using uPVC. The boards are to fixed to the underside of your timber rafter ends. Make sure to use timber to close any gaps between soffit boards and also make sure that your soffit boards’ back are resting against the wall’s top.

    ✓ Fixing fascia boards. Many fascia boards are also made from uPVC and are usually installed in a similar way to soffit boards. Use a minimum of two nails to make sure they’re secure enough to hold weight of any roof tiles and also to prevent any buckling.

    ✓ Guttering and felt. To start the guttering, you’d have to screw any brackets into the facia board. You can use a spirit levelto make sure the alignment is perfect to enable the floe of water directly through your guttering system. Once done, you should also check for any rotting roof felt at the edges closest to the gutterin. If there is a rot, make use of eaves felt trays and tuck under existing felt and overlap into the guttering

    how much to repair soffit and fascia?

    The soffit and fascia is the outdoor underside region of your roof which would need to be repaired or replaced when it’s in a critical condition. Your soffit and fascia may actually require more frequent replacement or repair depending on the material that the soffit or fascia uses. If you notice your soffit and fascia needs to be replaced, then you’d probably also like to know how much it going to cost. Well, you’ve come to the right place! The price to replace a soffit and fascia can vary significantly which can be a bit annoying when you’re trying to calculate the overall cost you’ll be expected to pay.

    The price of a soffit and fascia is based on the following variables:

    ✓ The materials you wish to use for the new fascia, soffit and guttering

    ✓ The type of the property. For instance, semi detached houses may come at a lower price due to the less roof space they require when compared to their counterparts, which can reduce the cost of replacement.

    ✓ If you’re going to also replace the gutter at the same time will also increase the cost of replacement.

    ✓ The current overall condition of the roof. For example, if you also have broken or slipping roof tiles, the soffits and fascias can be more difficult to replace, hence, increasing the cost of the project.

    Generally, the average cost of fitting soffits and fascias as replacement options for your homes will range between £1200 - £3,000. What’s more? Soffits and fascias normally have a per metre cost. The average price of soffits and fascias per metre can range between £100 to £130 when you opt for a white uPVC option.

    how are soffits constructed?

    Soffits are constructed by homeowners on their properties for several purposes. Not only are they incorporated to hide away the unsightly features of a home, but they can also be used to add decorative architectural detail. Soffits construction, on the other hand, is a project that can be done by any DIY person with the knowledge and experience. However, if you lack the confidence to pull this off, then we’d strongly recommend you get in touch with a reliable professional who can guarantee the best results, the first time. In this guide, we’re are going to take you through the soffit construction process.

    ✓ Measure and mark. The first step is to take an accurate measurement of the size of your propose soffit and use a pencil to mark it out on both the wall and ceiling. The size of your soffits is mainly determined by your needs or preferences.

    ✓ Cut and Install Wall & Ceiling Plates. Proceed to cut the wall as well as ceiling plates once the dimensions have been marked. Make use of 2x4 lumber, you can cut to size with the help of a table saw or mitre. Once done, you can then attach it to the wall as well as ceiling studs with a framing nail gun.

    ✓ Build the box frame. Develop a box-frame from 2x4 lumber, using your measurements as guide.

    ✓ Fit the box frame. Hold the box frame in place with some slide clamps and then attach it to the ceiling and wall plates with drywall screws.

    ✓ Mark the studs. Make use of a pencil to mark out the studs location on your soffit box frame.

    ✓ Cut and hang the drywall. Cut the drywall with a utility knife uing your measurement as a guide. Once done, attach the drywall to the framework with the help of drywall screws.

    ✓ Add finishing touches. This includes installing the corner beads, finishing off with the common drywall work of taping, spackling and sanding. Once the spackle is dry, you can the complete it by painting the soffit.

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