Fascia Replacement Board 18mm

Build Plumb Plastics Ltd offer a full range of direct replacement fascia board to make an attractive improvement to any home.

All direct( jumbo) replacement board are 18mm thick and come in traditional square edge and ogee style with a vast range of colours available.

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Buy fascia boards from our wide selection of available products.

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** Not available in N.Ireland **

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  • What is the best wood to replace fascia boards?
    The best wood for fascia board replacement is typically either cedar or redwood. These woods are naturally resistant to rot and decay, making them a durable and long-lasting choice for this important home repair project. Other options include pressure-treated pine or composite materials.
  • What sizes do fascia boards come in?
    Fascia boards typically come in widths of 6, 8, and 12 inches, and thicknesses of 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch. However, sizes may vary depending on the manufacturer and specific product. It is important to measure and choose the appropriate size for your specific project.
  • Can I replace my own fascia board?
    Yes, it is possible to replace your own fascia board if you have the necessary tools and skills. However, it is important to note that this can be a difficult and dangerous task, especially if you are not experienced with home repairs. It may be best to hire a professional to ensure the job is done safely and correctly.
  • Can you replace fascia without removing soffit?
    Yes, it is possible to replace fascia without removing soffit. However, it depends on the specific situation and the extent of the damage. It is recommended to consult with a professional to determine the best course of action.
  • Do you need scaffolding to replace fascia boards?
    It depends on the height of your home and the accessibility of the fascia boards. If the boards are easily reachable from a ladder or from the ground, then scaffolding may not be necessary. However, if the boards are high up and difficult to reach, scaffolding may be required for safety reasons. It's best to consult with a professional to determine the best approach for your specific situation.