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Hiring a tradesman for fascias and soffits repair or replacement
Over time fascias and soffits can become damaged. Depending on the age of the boards they may require either a repair or replacement job; whatever the situation, Plentific can help you find the right tradesmen in a nick of time. The Plentific service takes the information for over 75,000 professional tradesmen across the UK and uses it to generate bespoke contact lists for users based on their location and requirements. It is a fast and reliable way to find the best options in your local area, and includes quick access to customer ratings and reviews to help you make your final hire.
What do you need to know about repairing or replacing fascias and soffits?
Whether you need to repair or replace your fascias and soffits will depend mostly on their age. If they are relatively new then you may be able to do an overboarding job, where new boards are placed over the old, which will cost far less than replacement. Fully replacing them can be very practical option and can add a new aesthetic charm to your property, but it is also a large and expensive job. Scaffolding will likely be required, and you may be advised that you need to replace your guttering and downpipes, again depending on their age. It is important to have the task assessed by a professional before going forward.
The cost of fully replacing your fascias and soffits will depend primarily on the length of materials needed, in addition to the cost of hiring scaffolding or any other necessary replacements. It is important to get multiple quotes, and do not be too tempted to go for the repair option if you know your fascias and soffits are old, as sooner or later they will need to be replaced. A repair job can cost around £1,100, while a full replacement job can cost around £1,800. Quotes will vary depending on your location in the UK, so be sure to look over customer reviews from the previous jobs done by your choices to make sure they offer good value for money. Roofing contractors tend to have less work in the winter, so having repair or installation work done at this time can save you on costs. When you get a quote be sure to ask for a price breakdown, as this can highlight jobs that you may be able to do yourself to save money. Finally, before hiring a tradesman ensure that they are adequately qualified and experienced, and that they are fully covered for accidental damage and liabilities.