Roofline is used to describe the fascia, soffits, bargeboards and cladding that forms the frontage immediately below the roof and the eaves of most homes. These are traditionally made from wood, but can also be made of plastics, such as polyvinyl chloride, better known as PVC.
PVC is a very stable material so it doesn't warp, crack, discolour or blister. Unlike wood it needs minimal maintenance, just an occasional wipe down with detergent and water basically a fit and forget product.
Sometimes you see the letter U either before or following PVC and this stands for Un-plasticised in other words rigid.
Roofline repair and replacement costs will depend on a variety of factors
• The size of your roof
• The work that's required
• The fascia, soffit and guttering products that are used
• Access and elevation to areas of repair
Every job and property has differing factors which impact on an installation cost and anyone pricing without viewing your property should be viewed with suspicion.
PVC rooflines are an affordable investment for your home and over time will save on costly maintenance. With our competitive pricing, expert installation services and years of experience, we'll make sure you get the best value for money. For a free, no obligation quotations please contact us.