We cover the whole of Kent

Ashford

Canterbury

Dartford

Dover

Gravesham

Maidstone

Medway

Sevenoaks

Shepway

Swale

Thanet

Tonbridge and Malling

Tunbridge Wells

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We understand it can be daunting when you need to get in touch with someone for advice or to get a price for a repair or replacement. It’s for this reason we offer free, no obligation quotations to our potential customers. It gives you a chance to meet us and see who you will be dealing with.

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Frequently asked questions

There are three additional parts to a traditional roofing system that help to tie everything together and help to prolong the life of the roof, and the building itself.

Fascias, soffits and bargeboards can be found at the edge of the roof, most commonly where the exterior wall meets the roof.

What are bargeboards?

Bargeboards are attached to the roof’s gables, and their function is cover any exposed materials and help protect that area of the roof, and a very common mistake is simply placing new boards over old.

Types of bargeboards –

  • Square
  • Bullnose
  • Flat

What are fascias?

Fascias run horizontally along the roofline, and their function is to cover the relevant fittings to ensure they remain watertight and protected. The fascia also assists in securing the last row of roof tiles.

What are soffits?

Soffits can be found on the underside of the fascia boards.

Soffits act as the skin that covers your eaves, without it you would see the rafter beams fully exposed. If your rafters are exposed in any areas, you will be likely to have mould building up in areas of your home, and beams that have been rotting and require replacement.

Soffits also helps your building breathe and allow air to flow through the attic.

Soffits and Fascias
Fascia before and after