Here at Gallaghers we are able to provide exceptionally high quality Roofline products. We cover all the Roofline bases such as guttering, facias and more.
We have an extensive range of styles meaning no matter the property, we can be sure to find the right roofline products to fit your needs. For more information take a look through our dedicated pages for a full run down of the products we provide. If you’re interested in any of products on the website please get in touch today and one of our friendly members of staff will be at hand to help.
Soffits & Fascia
Fascias and soffits are terms used that refer to the exterior of your home. Soffits run horizontally underneath the meeting of your roof, and fascias fall vertically down the side along the guttering. Fascias and soffits are important to the ventilation, structural integrity and overall aesthetic of your home’s exterior.
There are a number of different gutter materials that suit many different requirements. Vinyl tends to be the best option all around as their easy to install, and you won’t have to worry about rusting. That being said, any heavy-duty plastic is a suitable choice for your guttering as it is cost-effective, easy to install, and can withstand heavy wear and tear.
Soffits and fascias encourage and assist good ventilation throughout your attic which will help prevent water damage, rotting, and mould. As well as for circulation, soffits and fascias help with structural integrity, security, and improve the overall look of your house.
Your guttering should last decades. However, when it comes to replacing your guttering, there are several warning signs to look out for. Cracks and broken sections, pests, lack of ventilation and leaking are sure signs that your soffits and fascias need replacing.
To find out more about guttering replacement, visit our website.
Both round and square gutting have their benefits, round guttering flatters your home’s aesthetic as it compliments tiles. They’re also very easy to clean and maintain, although more complicated to install. Square (or box) gutters are less visually pleasing but can channel large quantities of water and are the more affordable option.