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New Look Fascias

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New look fascias are a local roofing company specialising in all aspects of roofing work and upvc fascias soffits and gutt...
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Profascia Home Improvements is a trusted and reliable business with over 20 years of experience in the building and proper...
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EVERLAST ROOFING

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Everlast Roofing are a trusted, professional family company with over 22 years experience in the trade. We focus on provid...
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Hi my name is Michael Smith, I am the director of xcel Roofing & Building. My family has been in the roofing and building ...
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A R JOHNSON

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A.R Johnson is a reliable and experienced builder in Hemel Hempstead providing a skilled team of general and specialised b...
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17 Aug

Roofline | Soffits / Fascias

Wallington - SM6

Enquiry from: Sujan B

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need sealing in bottom throughout front rear and one side of the house (semi detached house). also, few guttering joints need to be repalced what material are you looking for: upvc do you require gutt...

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17 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

Croydon - CR0

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Gutter repair above consevatory

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16 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

Croydon - CR0

Enquiry from: Sarah G

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Guttering replaced to rear of house

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16 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

Camberley - GU17

Enquiry from: Stephanie S

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Guttering leak repair, replacement parts at rear or house and possible Detached garage.

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16 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

Woking - GU21

Enquiry from: Alex A

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adding a couple of elbows and ensuring the guttering is properly fit are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 what level of service ...

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15 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

Morden - SM4

Enquiry from: Thadcha K

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Previsous builder run away without installating the guttering and the facia on the loft. We dont have scafolding and we have a rear extension ( flat roof) i am looking for someone who can install guth...

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08 Aug

Roofline | Soffits / Fascias

Wallington - SM6

Enquiry from: Sujan B

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need sealing in bottom throughout front rear and one side of the house (semi detached house). also, few guttering joints need to be repalced what material are you looking for: upvc do you require gutt...

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05 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

New Malden - KT3

Enquiry from: Steve J

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i need to replace my gutters - the height i need to access is around 5.5 and width of about 4m. the only complication is that it is above my conservatory although the neighbouring wall should be a go...

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01 Aug

Roofline | Guttering

Croydon - CR0

Enquiry from: Andrew H

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replace down pipe and hopper head. repair 2 gutter joints. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 what level of service do you requ...

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31 Jul

Roofline | Soffits / Fascias

Wallington - SM6

Enquiry from: Sujan B

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need sealing in bottom throughout front rear and one side of the house (semi detached house). also, few guttering joints need to be repalced what material are you looking for: upvc do you require gutt...

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29 Jul

Roofline | Soffits / Fascias

Wallington - SM6

Enquiry from: Sujan B

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need sealing in bottom throughout front rear and one side of the house (semi detached house). also, few guttering joints need to be repalced what material are you looking for: upvc do you require gutt...

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28 Jul

Roofline | Guttering

Croydon - CR0

Enquiry from: Andrew H

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replace down pipe and hopper head. repair 2 gutter joints. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 what level of service do you requ...

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27 Jul

Roofline | Guttering

Sutton - SM2

Enquiry from: Lily P

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Hi, I'm looking to have the entire guttering system replaced on the house. As well as changing where the guttering goes in the patio area at the rear of hte property, which will need to go under the ...

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20 Jul

Roofline | Soffits / Fascias

Wallington - SM6

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need sealing in bottom throughout front rear and one side of the house (semi detached house). also, few guttering joints need to be repalced what material are you looking for: upvc do you require gutt...

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17 Jul

Roofline | Soffits / Fascias

Camberley - GU15

Enquiry from: Lez R

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Replacement of all soffits and facia boards on this detached house

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10 Jul

Roofline | Guttering

Redhill - RH1

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Need guttering/down pipes replaced. Black. Half round

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15 Jun

Roofline | Guttering

Bagshot - GU19

Enquiry from: John B

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we have a lean-to type conservatory, a couple of the plastic support brackets have broken and gutter is now leaking at the single joint.

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13 Jun

Roofline | Guttering

Thornton Heath - CR7

Enquiry from: Joseph P

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My gutter is licking.not sure if it needs replacement or sealant.

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26 May

Roofline | Guttering

Woking - GU22

Enquiry from: Mohammed A

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Need few change gutters black plastic ones

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16 May

Roofline | Guttering

Caterham, Whyteleafe - CR3

Enquiry from: Graham T

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replacement gutters and drain pipes and drain covers all black are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 what level of service do yo...

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How much do Gutter Installer services cost?

How much do Gutter Installers in Surrey cost?
Prices for Gutter Installers around Surrey can be very different depending on the kind of task that you want to have actually done in your house. It's the question we get asked a whole lot "how much do Gutter Installers in Surrey charge?". It's often very good to have an idea of how much a Gutter Installer are going to likely cost for their work. Rates will likely fluctuate based on the materials as well as the tradesman picked. The table reveals the sorts of service that Gutter Installers usually do and also the average price range of these jobs. Some jobs take longer to complete than others so prices do differ by task.

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The average price
of a Gutter Installer in Surrey is:

£790

Gutter Installer job Gutter Installer cost in 2022
Soffits and Fascias in Surrey £907-£1,907
Gutter cleaning in Surrey £79-£222
Gutter replacement in Surrey £417-£1,084

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how to fit fascias and soffits?

Fascias and Soffits, just like any other components of a home, do not last forever. They can become tired and worn out over time which implies that you’ll have to replace them to prevent further damage. Getting this project completed can be quite costly, but it doesn’t have to be. Fitting soffits and fascias is very simple task which will leave you with both a modern and contemporary styling which requires little maintenance and also more savings. What’s more? You don’t have to worry about repainting the fascias and soffits on an annual basis, all you need to do is a gentle wipe down of the features with a damp cloth to have them look good.

If you’re a competent DIYer and confident enough to pull off this task, then all the better. However, if otherwise, we’d strongly recommend you hire the services of a reliable contractor who can guarantee the best results for help. Here are the steps you can follow to fit your fascias and soffits.

Fascias ( a 18mm fascia board)

✓ This is designed for a direct fix without a need for a timber substrate. Simply secure them directly to the rafters with the help of 2 x 65mm a4 stainless steel fixing nails per rafter.

✓ Ensure that the rafters are level.

✓ Cut the boards back 5mm per edge to enable expansion where any white corner trims, joint trims or angle trims is needed.

✓ Secure the guttering to all third rafter.

Soffit ( 9mm soffit board)

✓ Ensure that the preservative treatment to the structural timber has dried out.

✓ Fix all utility boards of about 100mm to 605mm in width at a maximum of 60mm centres.

✓ If ventilation is needed, there are some soffits that are available in 150mm to 605mm widths and also provides the 10mm air gap needed for roof with a pitch above 15 degrees

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.

What colour should soffits and fascias be?

Soffits and fascias are available in lots of different colours. These include black, grey, brown, white and cream. It’s also possible to get them in brighter colours like reds, blues and greens.

 

What colour soffits and fascias you get is entirely up to you, unless you live in a listed building, in which case some rules may apply. Most people choose a colour that matches their roof, walls or window frames to give their property an attractive, colour-coordinated look.

what is a soffit?

Soffit is a word gotten from two languages - French and Latin, whereby the root word implies to “form as a ceiling in French, while it means to “to fix underneath in Latin. Basically, soffit is a portion of the ceiling that has been constructed lower than the area that surrounds it. And even though they aren’t that much popular in recent times, they happen to be a common feature in kitchens of older homes in the UK. At times, a soffit can occupy the whole room or area in a home.

Homeowners across the globe make use of this feature mostly as a decorative element in the room , however, there are also times in which they may be required for various purposes. These purposes include using soffits to conceal plumbing pipes or, heating or cooling ducts, which is often the case when sofits are constructed at the lower levels of homes. They’re also often incorporated in bathrooms or kitchens as soffits house light fixtures. For instance, recessed light fixtures fitted over kitchen or bathroom sinks are mostly fitted into a soffit. What’s more? Soffit can also be required in a room because of the home’s structure as the feature can be used to hide a structural beam.

If you happen to own an older home and you’d like to remove an existing soffit, the first step is to ensure that its safe to carry out such plan. You should firstly check for any electrical lines, ductwork, lighting or structural problems that may exist prior to the commencement of the project. If you’re not sure or confident enough to pull this off, then it’s advisable to consult a professional contractor before you proceed.

Which material is best for soffits and fascias?

In general uPVC is used for soffits and fascias as it is very strong and durable. It also requires very little maintenance. However, wood can be used and is still popular on listed properties as it retains the original material. Older and listed buildings may require more traditional materials to be used.

How do you replace gutters?
The best way to replace gutters is to ask a reputable installer to do it for you. They have all the right safety equipment and knowledge to do it. But if you’re a competent DIYer, you could have a go at replacing the gutters yourself. If you do, you could save yourself an average of £359 on labour costs. The biggest risk from replacing guttering yourself is the height. Even if you’re on a secure ladder, if you’re not used to working at height you could seriously hurt yourself. If your home is a bungalow, the risk is lower, but anything two storeys and above carries significant risk. If you’re still happy to go ahead, there are a few things you’ll need to fit gutters yourself:
  • A sturdy ladder
  • Gloves and safety goggles
  • A hammer and nails to secure your fascia so it doesn’t fall down mid-replacement
  • A hacksaw – this will cut through uPVC guttering – just make sure you leave a margin of error with every cut you make
  • Cable ties or rope to secure the existing gutters while you dismantle them, so they don’t fall off
  • All the right fixings and brackets to secure the guttering
  • An electric drill and/or screwdrivers
Once you’ve removed the old guttering, you can get started with the new ones. Follow these steps:
  1. Add a gutter bracket to the top of the fascia board at the opposite end to the stop-end outlet, if you have one. Then tie a piece of string around the base of the bracket.
  2. You’ll need to place the gutter outlet accurately over the drain. Hold a plumb line against the fascia directly over the drain, and mark that position with a pencil. Following the manufacturer’s advice on the number of screws to use, fit the gutter outlet no more than 50mm below the level of the roof tiles.
  3. Stretch the piece of string you tied on the bracket along the fascia board, and tie it to the outlet. Make sure you check with a spirit level that the string slopes towards the outlet.
  4. Mark the positions of the other brackets. They should be no more than 800mm apart, or 600mm if your roof is very steep. They also shouldn’t be any more than 150mm from a joint or fitting. Then fit the rest of the brackets.
  5. Fit a stop-end to the first length of gutter and clip it into position on the brackets. At the other end, fit a union piece and screw it into the fascia.
  6. Then fit the next length of gutter into it, and the next until you’re finished. Cut the last one to fit using your hacksaw before attaching a stop-end. Then make sure all the joints line up with the insertion depth marks on the fittings. Then you’re done!
Should I replace gutters with my roof?

You don’t always need to replace your gutters with your roof. Often people think that it’s a requirement, or simply the best thing to do, but it’s not always necessary. The reason why people think it’s required is because to re-roof a home, the guttering often needs to be removed and put back on.

If the time has come to replace your roof, then the chances are that your guttering is pretty old too. When you start to get quotes for your roof replacement, ask the roofer to take a look at your guttering as well. If there are signs of peeling, rust, cracks or sagging, then it makes sense to replace your gutters with your roof. If you get them done at the same time, you’ll save money labour costs, which is the reason why most homeowners do it.

Another reason to replace your gutters with your roof is the risk of damage. Re-roofing is a significant project, so the guttering needs to come off most of the time – running the risk of brackets and pipes getting damaged in the process. So if your guttering is still looking good right now but you think it might need replacing in a couple of years, it might be worth just doing it at the same time as your roof to save you money and the stress if damage does occur.

However, if your guttering has only recently been replaced, then there’s no need to replace it again with your roof. But because it needs to come off, make sure you speak to the roofing company about keeping it safe and doing their best to avoid damage. It’s also worse ensuring that they have the correct insurance to cover you both in case your guttering does get damaged during your roof replacement.

how often should gutters be cleaned?

Yes, it’s a dirty job, but every homeowner out there has got to do it! Your gutter needs to be free of dead leaves, birds’ nest and other debris as well as being through clean in order to perform its functions effectively. It’s just a part of the responsibilities that comes with owning a home. Dry leaves, tree branches and other materials build up in your gutters overtime especially during the dry summer and you won’t notice until the point where your gutters start overflowing during the first main rain of the season.

 

In the event whereby your dirty and clogged gutter is left unattended to, this can lead to several issues like a leaky gutter and mold, leaky roof and basements,cracked foundation, driveway and yard damage and several more which will definitely make you incur more unnecessary expenses. So the question is, how often should the gutters be cleaned? The answer is, it depends. According to several experts, gutters should be cleaned at least twice a year - which is once in the late spring and once in the late summer or early fall. However, there are a couple of factors that may make you have a rethink.

 

If you happen to have a pine tree growing above your house, it’ll be wise to consider inspecting your gutters every 3 months. This is because pine trees shed needles year-round and they usually have a lot of these needles to shed. In the situation whereby you’re located at a higher elevation, ice is will most likely be your greatest source of concern. Making sure that your gutters remain clean throughout the winter can be quite a headache, but damage to your roof cause by ice can be an even greater pain. Prevention is always better than cure.

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