Frequently asked questions on Fascias, Soffits and Guttering.
the Roofline Advice Centre is a company which deals exclusively with the replacement of uPVC fascias, soffit, guttering and cladding.
Q: What job do fascias, soffits, cladding and guttering do?
A: They protect parts of your home from water damage, such as the brickwork and the ends of the rafters. They can also actively enhance the look of your home.
Q: Why should I have them replaced?
A: These components are usually made from softwood and so will decay and deteriorate over time, however well maintained they have been. They will eventually fail to do the job they were installed for. Total removal of the old wood using uPVC materials is a much better solution than "over cladding" (covering the existing rotten wood with a cosmetic cladding) as any wood left in place will continue to rot, making further remedial work necessary in the future. The replacement of these components also adds beauty and value to your house, as well as protecting it.
Q: Will a Salesman need to call?
A: No! the Roofline Advice Centre has a strict policy of being honest with all our potential customers, from the first call or email to us you can really on us to advise you of the best possible solution without giving you over inflated prices which are dramatically reduced for a pot of coffee as most Companies would do.
Q: So I can trust the Roofline Advice Centre?
A: Absolutely. You will get a first class job at a fair price, you can deal with the Directors at any stage of the process and the whole job is backed by a 10 year Insurance Backed Guarantee. We are so confident of our workmanship that we never ask for a deposit!
Q: How do I get a quote?
A: Please use the short form on the contact us page, or alternatively, you can call our FREE PHONE number at the top of the page and we can talk directly. Either way, you're under no obligation, and we won't pressure you into having the work done!
The number 1 Choice for UPVC Fascias, Soffits, Guttering and Cladding in Oxfordshire and surrounding areas.