- uPVC fascia board is an ideal substitute for timber fascia board
- uPVC fascia board is weather resistant and does not rot, crack or discolour.
- uPVC fascia board retains its appearance and is maintenance free.
- uPVC fascia boards come in many colours including white, black, mahogany and oak.
- All of our our fascia board installations come with a 10-years colouration guarantee.
- All of our installations are backed by our own 10-years guarantee.
- All of our guarantees are underwritten by Lloyds of London.
Weather resistant uPVC fascia boards are free from flaking, cracking, rotting and discolouration. They do not require painting and are maintenance free. Choose the Home Front of Surrey and get the finest quality uPVC fascias, soffits and roofline systems that are backed by our 10-years parts and labour warranty. Buy direct. No agents. No sales people. No middle men. We offer outstanding value for money and free, no-obligation quotations.
The Home Front of Surrey are specialists in the installation of uPVC fascias, soffits and roofline systems. What is more, we are independent and this means that we are free to select and fit the best uPVC fascias, soffits and roofline systems for you and your property.
You might be looking to replace a short run of fascia board or you might be looking for a full system including guttering, fascias, soffits, barge-boards and cladding. Whatever your needs you can count on the Home Front to supply only the best quality UPVC fascias and related materials.
These includes roofline products from suppliers such as Concord, Swish Building Products, Deeplas fascias and soffits from Deceuninck or Marley fascias and soffits.
We offer fascias and soffits in multiple colour schemes and shapes. We can also supply specialised moulded roofline components to give your fascias and soffits a unique look. This includes fascias and soffits with decorative edges and featuring ‘concave’ and ‘convex’ designs.
Fascia board definition:
Fascias: A horizontal and front facing board that runs the length of the eaves where the gutters and soffits are usually attached. (See images above)
The history of the term fascia.
Fascia is a term which generally describes any vertical surface that spans across the top of columns or across the top of a wall. Fascia comes from the Latin word, meaning “band” or “doorframe” in architecture.
In this context the term Fascia is used to describe the vertical “fascia board” which caps the end of rafters outside a building and can be used to hold the rain gutter. The finished surface below the fascia and rafters is called the soffit. A fascia is often installed between the ceiling and the top of wall cabinets in a kitchen, set at a 90 degree angle to the horizontal soffit which projects out from the wall.
In classical architecture, the fascia is the plain, wide band across the bottom of the entablature, directly above the columns. The “guttae” or drip edge was mounted on the fascia in the Doric order, below the triglyph.
Fascias and soffits are sometimes called roof-trim.
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