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Fascias and soffits are a key element of the roofline and can be an excellent way to boost the curb appeal of your home. There are many different materials and designs available, and the price can vary depending on the material you use. The most expensive material is timber, while the least expensive is uPVC.

The cost of installing a new fascia depends on the size of your home and whether you need scaffolding. For a small detached house, the average price of labour and installation is PS650 to PS720. For a medium detached house, the price is PS800 to PS880. For a large detached house, the cost is PS930 to PS1040.

The most common materials used to create soffits and fascias are wood and UPVC. These are the most affordable, but they may be vulnerable to weathering. For a more durable option, consider a material such as fibre-cement. These are typically rot-resistant, warp-resistant and can come with a simulated wood grain. They can be painted or left unpainted.

Choosing the right colour will affect the overall cost of your fascias and soffits. White is the most affordable, while other colours can cost up to three times as much. If you decide to go with a more decorative design, the price will go up.

Aside from the cost of installing a new fascia and soffit, there are a number of factors to keep in mind. For example, your home will need to be structurally sound before you can install the boards. If you have asbestos in your rafters, you should hire a professional to remove it. You should also look for a trader with references. You can find out more about the quality of their work by looking at pictures of previous projects.

Another factor that will influence the cost of your project is the geographical location of your property. For instance, you’ll likely pay more if you live in London or the countryside. There is also the issue of removing old gutters and fascias.

In addition to your new soffits and fascias, you’ll also need to remove your old roof tiles and gutters. This is usually a simple task, but can involve scaffolding if you’re planning on extending your roofline. Aside from your soffits, you’ll want to make sure the rafters are level. If they’re not, you’ll need to jack up the roof or cut out the rotting timbers. The cost of jacking up the roof can be anywhere from PS500 to PS1,300 per week.

Finally, your soffits and fascias will need to be painted. The typical cost is PS5 to PS40 per metre, with the larger houses costing a bit more. This is because a lot of work is required to prepare the boards for painting. You might also need to replace your old gutters.

For a small terraced house, you’ll probably spend around one or two days completing the job. For a medium detached house, you’ll likely spend one to three days.

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