Can You Put New Fascia Over Old Fascia UK??

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Putting new fascia on your house can help protect your property from the weather and also give your house a new look. However, there are some things you should keep in mind before you get started.

You should first check that your old fascia boards aren’t rotting. If they are, you should remove them and replace them. This is best done by a professional. You may have to hire a roofer to take care of this part of the job.

Depending on your current fascia and soffit, it could cost anywhere between PS2,800 and PS5,500. This figure will vary based on the size of your house and the type of materials you choose. The total cost will include labour, scaffolding, waste removal and material costs.

For a typical terraced house, it can take a single to three days to finish the job. A bungalow will require only one to two days. You should use a roofer to ensure the job is carried out safely.

When replacing your fascia and soffit, you should first remove the old roofing felt. This is to allow for expansion. You should have at least 5mm clearance between the ends of the tiles. You should also make sure the sub-fascia sits flush throughout the run. You may need to install new fascia board along the edges.

Once the existing felt has been removed, you should clean the area with a damp cloth. You should then scrape off any old caulk or dirt from the surface. You can also use a utility knife to cut away any seams.

Before you install new fascia, you should make sure there is at least 10mm space between the boards. This will give you a good fit for the replacement. You will also need to make sure the guttering is attached to the replacement fascia boards. If there are any nails left from the original fascia, they should be trimmed. If you don’t want to use screws, you can attach the cover boards to the backing boards with superglue or pins.

You should also make sure that there is no rotting on your roof structure. If you see signs of rot, you should have the rafter reframed. You can then fix the fascia board to the rafter. This will ensure that it holds up to the weight of the guttering and roof tiles.

There are several types of wood that you can use for your fascia board. Composite wood products are often better at resisting moisture than solid wood. It is important to choose the right material for your project. You can always consult with a professional to find out what will work best.

Another option for replacing your fascia is to cap it. However, you should keep in mind that it is a less effective solution than replacing the whole thing. If the caps aren’t fitted properly, they will trap moisture and can lead to water runoff. This can also damage the underlying brickwork and pointing.

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