Fascias & Soffits

Roofline Refined: Fascias & Soffits Defined

Fascias & Soffits

Fascias and soffits, the unsung heroes of your roofline, provide both structural support and aesthetic appeal. Serving as the finishing touch, they elevate the look of your home while safeguarding it against the elements. With their seamless integration, they protect your roof from moisture damage and ensure proper ventilation, maintaining a healthy environment indoors. Trust in fascias and soffits to redefine your roofline with durability and style, enhancing the beauty and functionality of your home effortlessly.

Window Styles

Styles and Configurations of Fascias & Soffits

Some of the most common styles and configurations include:

Classic uPVC:

Traditional uPVC fascias and soffits offer a clean and low-maintenance option, available in various colors and profiles to suit different aesthetic preferences.

Wood Grain Effect:

For a more natural look, wood grain-effect uPVC fascias and soffits mimic the appearance of timber without the associated maintenance requirements, offering the warmth of wood with the durability of uPVC.


Aluminum fascias and soffits provide a sleek and modern appearance, offering durability and resistance to corrosion, making them suitable for contemporary architectural styles.


Composite fascias and soffits combine the benefits of different materials, such as uPVC and wood fibers, offering enhanced durability and resistance to warping, rot, and insects.

Decorative Molding:

Some fascias feature decorative molding or trim details, adding visual interest and architectural flair to the roofline, suitable for traditional or ornate architectural styles.

Benefits of Fascias & Soffits

  1. Structural Integrity: Fascias provide essential support to the lower edge of the roof, maintaining its structural integrity and preventing damage caused by wind uplift and water ingress.

  2. Weather Protection: Soffits shield the underside of the roof from the elements, preventing moisture buildup and protecting against rot, mold, and insect infestation.

  3. Ventilation: Soffits are designed with ventilation perforations to allow air to circulate in the roof space, reducing the risk of condensation and maintaining a healthy indoor environment.

  4. Aesthetic Enhancement: Fascias and soffits contribute to the overall appearance of the roofline, providing a clean and finished look that enhances the curb appeal of the building.

  5. Low Maintenance: uPVC and composite fascias and soffits require minimal maintenance compared to traditional materials like wood, as they do not require painting or staining and are resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage.