What do you mean by roofline?
The word roofline is used to describe the outline or outer edge of a roof.
The products that form the frontage immediately below the roof and eaves of most homes are called roofline products, these can consist of such as fascias, soffits, bargeboards, gutters, drainpipes & cladding, all of these along with other associated roofline accessories are the essential finishing touch to any property.
Exposed to all weathers and playing a crucial role in protecting your roof space and rafters, these vital components need to be hard wearing, weather resistant, long lasting and low maintenance.
What materials do you recommend?
Traditionally these would of been made of wood, however now-a-days they are generally made from uPVC plastics such as polyvinyl chloride, and they can come in various style, sizes and colours, so we can always do our best to meet all your requirements and style of your home.
By using uPVC (plastic) this gives you the reassurance that it will last for many years without rotting, fading or peeling, all it needs is an occasional wash down to keep it looking as good as the day it was fitted.
Many if not all of the products we use have the BSI kitemark certification ensuring you always get products manufactured to the highest specification.
Is your roofline causing you unknown problems?
Many underlying roof and wall problems can develop if your roofline is not completely watertight. Over time the roofline can be affected by weather and the build-up of natural debris. If you’re concerned about any aspect of your roofline, as roofing specialists Proctor Roofing can carry out an assessment and provide you with recommendations for managing, repairing or replacing parts of your roofline.