Our hard-wearing, low maintenance UPVC fascia boards are designed for direct fixing to rafters. Our fascia board is the perfect product for new homes or for replacing old fascias. The new upvc fascias are much more durable and less maintenance than the older wooden type.
Available in a variety of colours and styles.
We also install Cladding
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First Choice Roofing & Repairs, provide a range of roof line repairs and products including, the installation of gutters, downpipes, gutter guards.
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We provide a gutter repair service or a complete gutter upgrade. The gutters provide an essential function, they divert the rainwater from the roof and direct it into the down pipes where it enters the drainage system. If the gutters get blocked i.e. from debris, leaves, moss etc. this can stop the flow of the water and cause problems such as, dampness and even instability of building structure if the water drips onto the brickwork, or indeed the ground at building level.
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First Choice Roofing & Repairs are professionally install Dry Verge & Dry Ridge Systems. Your home will be vastly improved, and with reduced maintenance costs as a result of getting us to fit a Dry Verge System for your roof.
With growing realisation of the unreliability of using mortar to secure areas of the roof, its time to upgrade such products as verge and dry ridge to UPVC materials.
The Dry Verge System has been designed to be a cost effective alternative that avoids all of the long term maintenance problems of mortar bedding.
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It is important to keep a roof over your head and it is equally important that that roof is kept in good, safe condition.
There are all sorts of things that lead to, or worsen damage to roofs and roof insulation, all of which can lead to severe problems if left untreated.
We offer flat roof repairs and upgrades.
We provide for: Rubber Cover, Traditional Felt and Fibreglass.
A flat roof is a roof which is almost level in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs.
The slope of a roof is properly known as its pitch and flat roofs have up to approximately 10°.
A flat roof has to have a slope in order for the rainwater to drain away.
Flat roofs are normally used on garages, bay windows, outbuildings etc.
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