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This term is used to explain the fascia, soffit and guttering on your home. It is essential to maintain these vital areas as if left to deteriorate, the weather will attack the roof felt and timber fascias. The gutters may also start to get blocked. The cost of replacing these once dilapidated will certainly be higher than the upfront maintenance costs.

When replacing the roofline it is also recommended that the rotten felt within the eaves closer is extended. Once placed all the way along the underneath of the bottom tiles, they will further protect against any weather damage to the other areas of the roof.


Soffit Vents

Soffit vents sit under the eaves of your house. They provide ventilation and prolong the life of your roof by:

  • Stopping ice build up and condensation in the winter.
  • Preventing mildew and rot caused by heat in the summer.
  • Controlling the intake and outtake of air in your roof.

Eaves Closer

Many things might be getting into your roof and damaging it – rain is not the only problem! The Stroud Windows Company can supply eaves closer units which stop birds, large insects and other animals from getting into your roof.


We offer a range of solutions and materials and can build a package to suit your home. Call us for more details. 


Fascia board is a type of roof trim which is commonly used on houses. It is mounted on the exposed ends of rafters or the top of exterior walls to create a layer between the edge of the roof and the outside. In addition to serving an aesthetic function by creating a smooth, even appearance on the edge of the roof, fascia board also protects the roof and the interior of the house from weather damage.

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