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Fascias & Soffits

Fascias & Soffits
Fascias & Soffits

We are the market leaders in the installation of uPVC:

uPVC provides a long lasting maintenance free solution for older and even more modern properties.

There are many styles available, pure brilliant white, brown, black or wood grain finish to perfectly match your property and give it a brand new look and finish.

Fascias & Soffits

Why spend your time repairing, replacing or re-painting leaky old guttering when our uPVC products are all you need for a maintenance free and cost effective alternative.

Our specialist installation team can have all your Fascias & Soffits Rainwater pipes replaced in new uPVC in no time at all.

What are Fascias?

The fascia is mounted at the point where the roof meets the outer walls of the house and is often called the ROOFLINE. However most people refer to it by the name of the main board that carries the gutter – the fascia or fascias.

Unfortunately, not many people are familiar with these terms, so we thought you might appreciate a few words of explanation.

Fascias & Soffits


The fascia board is the long, straight board that runs along the lower edge of the roof. The fascia is fixed directly to the roof trusses and usually does all the work of supporting the bottom row of tiles and carrying all the guttering.

This is no mean feat, especially when it is raining hard. In a downpour the roof of a 3-bed semi could be washing several gallons of water per second into its gutters.


This is the board that is used on the gable end of a house. The condition of the bargeboard can often make or break the look of a house, and over the years it has evolved into some very attractive shapes.


The soffit board is tucked away under the fascia board. It is usually the board that you see most of from street level. The soffit can be ventilated if required to allow the flow of air into the roof area.


The Box End is a work of art, accommodating as it does the many different angles, planes and heights of the fascia, soffit and bargeboard at each corner of the house where there is a gable end.

uPVC Shiplap Cladding:

Fascias & Soffits
  • Weather resistant
  • Will not warp, flake, crack or peel
  • Low maintenance
  • Will not support bacterial or fungal growth
  • Adds to thermal insulation
  • Will not fade or change colour
  • Fire resistant (BS476:Part7:Class1)

PVC Cladding Examples:

Rosewood Shiplap Cladding Rosewood Shiplap Cladding Rosewood Shiplap Cladding
Fascias Soffits Example White


Fascias Soffits Example Mohogany


Fascias Soffits Example Light Oak

Light Oak

Fascias Soffits Example Black


Full Replacement or Cap-Over

Too often we have seen customers having capping boards fitted over existing timber fascias rather than having the old timber completely removed and replaced with uPVC fascias. This may seem the more cost effective option when presented to you in the short term, but over the long run is it really such a good idea? The rotten wood hasn't gone anywhere; it is still there, deteriorating even more each year. Eventually the nails will come loose due to rotted and infested wood, leaving your fascias exposed and unsecured.

Euroclad Roofing & Cladding Ltd. recommend a complete uPVC roofline and uPVC fascias replacement where possible.

Our Specialist Team Supply & Fit:

  • uPVC fascia boards
  • uPVC soffit boards
  • uPVC barge boards
  • uPVC cladding t&g ect
  • Guttering all different shapes sizes & colours

So contact us on 0800 849 6378 for a free quotation today!