When Should I Use Vented Soffit?
Not sure whether your soffits should be plain or vented? This brief article clears up the confusion.
A traditional 9mm UPVC Cover Board in Woodgrain Anthracite Grey, used for covering existing timber fascia or window boards.
Cover boards are also used on new installations, but with a timber backing board behind (we recommend 25mm thick sawn timber).
The board is measured externally, ie. a 200mm Cover board will cover 191mm of existing timber. The return leg measures 42mm overall (33mm Internal).
Woodgrain PVC cover boards should be fixed using 2 x 50mm Polytop Nails no further than 400mm apart. This means that you should allow 26 nails for each 5m length.
Code: U150WAPACK2 Size: 150mm Brand: FloPlast
Code: U175WAPACK2 Size: 175mm Brand: FloPlast
Code: U200WAPACK2 Size: 200mm Brand: FloPlast
Code: U225WAPACK2 Size: 225mm Brand: FloPlast
Watch our video where we explain why it is better to order online and how to ensure that your delivery arrives as expected.
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Watch our video for a short introduction into how and where to fix an over fascia vent on your roof.
Buying cover boards or replacement fascia? We list the key differences and the considerations for buying each type.
An introduction into fixings and how to use the correct type for your Fascia, Soffit, Cladding or Guttering installation.
Watch our video where we explain the different types of fixings used for PVC Fascia and Soffit Systems.
Watch our video to see how to install corners and joint trims on PVC Fascia Boards, allowing the system to expand and contract.
Take a look at our video or download a PDF with details of how to construct a typical Box End installation.
Take a look at our leaflet on installation tips for UPVC roofline components, in refurbishment and new build replacement projects.
Watch our video explaining the exact dimensions of our PVC Cover Boards and Fascia Boards and how to measure correctly.