High Quality Roofline and Cladding Installer in Kent
Fascia Solutions are an independently owned family business based in Maidstone, Kent, that specialises in the installation of maintenance-free fascias, soffits, cladding and guttering. We also offer HardiePlank fibre cement cladding installation.
We have over 20 years experience within the industry and are approved by leading manufacturer Swish. We offer expert fitting using the best materials available on the market. This will not only enhance the appearance of your home but offer your roofline the ultimate protection from the elements.
All our installations are covered by a 25 year insurance backed Swish Guarantee. We do not employ sales people or use any direct selling techniques; our customer service is honest, professional and reliable through and through.
Fascia Solutions are currently looking to recruit new installers, please contact us on 0800 1488355 for more information.
Fascia or Fascia Boards cap the end of rafters on the outside of a building. This can then be used to hold the rainwater guttering. The finished surface below the fascia board and rafters is called the soffit.
Bullnose Fascia Board
Bullnose Fascia Board, ideal for replacing existing timber.
White, Mahogany, Golden Oak, Rose Wood and Black.
'O' Gee Fascia Board
'O' Gee Fascia Board, ideal for replacing existing timber.
Square Edge Fascia Board
Square Edge Fascia Board, ideal for replacing existing timber.
Soffits refer to the material forming a celling from the top section of an exterior wall to the outer edge of the roofline (fascia). Soffits can vary in size from a few centimetres to 3 or more feet, dependant on requirements.
Cladding is the application of a covering material over another, providing a layer intended to protect the underlying material from the elements. Cladding is also applied for its aesthetics and provides an excellent low maintenance alternative to timber.
A rain gutter is a narrow channel forming part of the roof system, which attaches to the fascia, collecting and diverting water from the roof via a downspout, from the roof edge to the base of the building where is discharged or collected. The main purpose of guttering is to protect the buildings surface and foundations by channelling water away from its base.