Fascias and Soffits
Fascia boards and Soffit boards are manufactured by Eurocell and offer a 20 Year Guarantee. By partnering with Eurocells' national network of branches, we can offer a fast, Nationwide delivery service for a huge range of roofline plastics.
uPVC Fascia Boards and uPVC Soffit Boards are ideal for the replacement of older timber systems, providing property owners and landlords with a virtually maintenance-free and attractive roofline finish.
Build Plumb Plastics supply a range of 18mm full-replacement fascia boards and 9mm capping (cap-over) fascia boards in 5 metre lengths, plus a variety of soffit boards including standard soffit board, hollow soffit board and ventilated soffit board.
uPVC fascia and soffit boards are available in a range of modern colours, including:
- White Fascia & Soffit Board
- Cream Fascia & Soffit Board
- Golden Oak Fascia & Soffit Board
- Rosewood Fascia & Soffit Board
- Black Ash Fascia & Soffit Board
- Irish Oak Fascia & Soffit Board
- White Ash Fascia & Soffit Board
- Anthracite Grey Fascia & Soffit Board
- Chartwell Green Fascia & Soffit
- Cream White Fascia & Soffit
- Moondust Grey Fascia & Soffit
- Slate Grey Fascia & Soffit
We also stock a wide range of uPVC soffit and fascia accessories including corner trims, joint trims, uPVC quadrants, rigid & flexible angles, edge trims, ventilation, felt trays, polytop pins and polytop nails, silicones, adhesives and much more.
All white Fascia and Soffits are available for delivery from stock, depending on your location, the lead-time is typically 1-3 days, coloured fascia & soffit usually take 5-7 days, please call us for a more accurate delivery time.
** Not available in N.Ireland **
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- What are fascias and soffits?Fascias and soffits are components of roof and wall construction that protect the structure from the elements. Fascias are horizontal boards that run along the edge of a roof, while soffits are vertical boards found underneath eaves or in other areas where the roof and wall meet. Their main purpose is to provide structural support, insulation, ventilation, and weatherproofing for the house.
- What is the difference between fascia and soffit board?The main difference between fascia and soffit is that fascia is the visible board that runs along the eaves of a roof while soffit are boards underneath the eaves, located behind the fascia. Fascias provide extra protection to roofs against wind and rain, while Soffits help bring air into the attic itself and reduce condensation.
- How do you measure for fascias and soffit boards?When it comes to measuring for fascias and soffits, accuracy is key. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to measure your roofline to ensure you get the right fit for your fascias and soffit boards. First, you’ll need to measure the length of the wall in feet or meters. Next, calculate the width of your eaves overhang by measuring from the outside edge of the wall directly up to the underside of your roof joist. Finally, measure any other elements like stairs or roof dormers that will require special shapes or lengths of fascia and soffit boards. With these measurements in hand, you’re one step closer to achieving custom fit fascia and soffit board installation!
- What is the purpose of fascia in a house?The purpose of fascia on a house is to cover the exposed edge of roof rafters. This helps protect the rafters from water and insect damage, while also providing an aesthetic finish to the roof's edge. In addition to protecting the edges of the roof, fascia can help improve the appearance of your home and extend its life.
- What is the difference between full replacement boards and capping boards?The main difference between full replacement boards and capping boards is that full replacement boards involve replacing the entire deck board, while capping boards involves simply covering the existing deck board with a new protective shell. Full replacement will give you a longer lasting, more durable result since all of the wood has been replaced instead of just covered. Capping boards are also less expensive and can be installed quicker than full replacements.