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Gutters and fascias are one of the main aspects of a roof it gives your first row of slate/tile a starting point to ensure all water from the roof is captured and discharged correctly its also in some cases the finishing touches to a gable end with many new dry systems that have become ever so popular.
Gutter Repair & Maintenance
Dry Verge
‘Dry fixing’ is an increasingly popular roofing option which allows for the weather and pest-proofing of your roof without the need for mortar. Dry verge roofing makes use of interlocking caps that fit over the edge of your roof tiles, and offers an effective and, more importantly, durable alternative to wet verges.
The dry ridge system simply involves fixing ridge and hip tiles to a roof without sand or cement mortar, but instead with screws and clamps, which fix each ridge tile to the roof, with waterproof unions beneath the screws to divert water away from the join.
Dry Ridge
Fascia &
The soffit board is tucked away under the fascia board. It is usually the board that you see most of from street level. The soffit can be ventilated to allow the flow of air into the roof area. Alternatively, ventilation can be provided over the top of the fascia board. guttering is also attached to the fascia board. fascia’s can be installed and treated with wood or UPVC is evergrowingly popular with a lot of properties.
Guttering is a small thin trough that is used to collect run off water from your roof and completes the roofing protection system. It is used to direct rain water away from the base of the building which helps protect the foundation. As well as protecting the foundation of the property it also helps to reduce erosion and prevent leaks from forming. The water can also be collected with a storage facility which can then be used to water plants or other purposes. Rain gutters come in a variety of material types and styles. be made from steel, PVC and other types of plastic, concrete and a whole host of other different materials. For homes they are usually plastic or metal and once collected from the roof they are fed down a downspout which is sometimes called a leader or conductor.
A rainwater downpipe is a pipe that is used to direct rainwater away from a building, typically from roof guttering to a drainage system. It is sometimes also referred to as a downspout, drain spout, roof drain pipe or leader. The Building Regulation’s part H, Drainage and water disposal, requires that adequate provision is made for rainwater to be carried from the roof of buildings. Approved document H suggests that to achieve this, roofs should be designed with a suitable fall towards either a surface water collection channel or gutter that surface water to vertical rainwater downpipes, which in turn connect the discharge to the drainage system.