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Roofline Products – What is Guttering

Roofline Products – What is Guttering

What is Guttering BanburyQ: What is Guttering?

A: The guttering normally fixes to the fascia and collects the rain water that runs down the roof; the guttering will have a down pipe that the rainwater flows down to be taken away from the building.

 

 

 

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Roofline Products – What is Soffit

Roofline Products – What is Soffit

What is Soffit BanburyQ: What is the Soffit?

A: The roof itself normally extends further than the brickwork (over hangs the house). The soffit is the part you see that sits under the fascia and returns back to the brickwork.

 

 

 

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What is Fascia – Roofline

 Roofline Products – What is Fascia

Woodgrain Fascia and Soffit BanburyQ: What is the Fascia?

A: The fascia is the part you see that normally has the guttering fixed to it. House’s that have gable ends sometimes have timbers following the apex of the roof these are known as bargeboards.

 

 

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What is U-pvc

What is U-pvc

U-PVC is an abbreviation for Polyvinyl Chloride. The ‘U’ in U-PVC stands for Un-plasticised, meaning it is rigid.

What is the difference between U-pvc and pvc-U?

The answer is there is no difference, u-PVC changed it’s name to PVC-u to fall in line with other European countries. Our European counterparts were all calling it PVC-U because most European languages place the noun (being PVC in this case) before the adjective (U).

PVC is used to manufacture many things i.e. Garden chairs, but the name PVC has become synonymous with double glazed replacement products.

The main benefits to PVC-U are:

>PVC does not rot or biologically decompose.

>PVC is resistant to weathering with low maintenance requirements.

>PVC retains its shape within normal climatic temperatures.

>PVC is tough on impact.

>PVC can be reshaped at very high temperature and can therefore be recycled.

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