Roofline – Soffits, Fascias, Cladding, Guttering
Providing that finishing touch
Prenton Glass has an extensive range of low maintenance Rooftrim products that will enhance the look of your home.
Say ‘Goodbye’ to insects, mould rot and rust by letting Prenton Glass remove the wood traditionally used for your facias, soffits, bargeboards and cladding and replace it with some of our uPVC Rooftrim products which come with a 15 year guarantee.
Leave climbing ladders, sanding and painting behind you and let Prenton Glass transform the outside of your home with our low maintenance long lasting Rooftrim products.
How it all works
Prenton Glass is the wirrals longest installer for all replacement PVCu roofline products such as Fascias, Soffits, Barge boards, Cladding, Dry Verge and Guttering.
Maintenance free means no more climbing those ladders to paint those barge boards or paying out for a company every few years.
We can enhance your property with new maintenance free PVCu Fascias, Soffits, Guttering, Barge Boards, Cladding & Dry Verge to replace your old high maintenance wooden fascias and Soffits.
A PVCu roofline from Prenton Glass will also improve the value and cosmetic appearance of your home forever.
Roofline colours are often chosen to complement the colours of windows or doors.
We have produced our range of square profiles in four of the most popular colours, Mahogany, Light Oak Rosewood and Black.
The colour is achieved by covering a standard white profile in a tough foil that is guaranteed to retain its colour for at least 10 years.
In order to provide a professional finish the necessary corners joints and trims have been produced in the same coloured foil.
A common and more traditional variation in the colour scheme is to fit a white soffit with coloured fascias and bargeboards.
The colour and style of the guttering system will also affect the look of the finished roofline. Notice that the Mahogany and Light Oak installations shown here have brown guttering.
Over Fascia Ventilation
The ventilator unit (Jumbovent or Over Fascia Ventilator)sits on top of the fascia board and is hidden by the guttering system. This means that the soffit is left plain without ventilation slots in it which is a look preferred by some homeowners. It may not be possible to fit these units if the fascia is to be over capped.