There are many reasons why homeowners choose to replace their roofline fascias and soffits. New plastic products never need painting, last for decades and they’re affordable.
But how much are roofline installers charging to replace these boards and how long does it take to complete a project like this?
On this page you’ll find an insightful price guide, we can also help you get a competitive custom price for your roofline.
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Our Guide to Roofline Prices
We sent price requests to dozens of roofing firms and roofline installers in 2014 and again in 2018, the figures you’ll see on this page are an average of the prices supplied to us.
If you want to know how much it costs to replace roofline fascia and soffit boards, we think our insights are a great place to start.
There are of course caveats and limitations as every house is different and prices vary from location to location.
How Fascias and Soffits Are Replaced (With Photos)
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We were given written quotes from dozens of roofline fitters, the works schedule below is based on information we received:
- Erect access equipment up to work height.
- Fully remove and dispose of roofline fascias, soffits and rainwater products.
- Install solid (not hollow) replacement UPVC boards and new gutters/pipes.
- Install new vent to prevent loft condensation.
- Install new eaves felt.
- Remove all waste material leaving the site clean and tidy.
Our Guide Price – For Fascia Soffits and Gutters to a Semi Detached Property
Below you’ll find a price example for a three-sided semi-detached property.
The entire length of roofline measures 25 metres.
The property has good access all around, and there’s no cement work needed on the roof as the original is in excellent condition. All of the structural timbers are sound with no signs of rot.
|Location||Small Business /Trader||Large Business|
|South, SW and Midlands||£1650.00||£2000.00|
|Outer Region and North||£1250.00||£1600.00|
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Extra Costs – What’s Not Included in the Prices Above?
A new roofline installation may cost more if any of the following apply:
- Scaffold is required to bridge over a large conservatory
- Substantial timber work is needed (i.e., rotten rafters or woodworm damage etc that need replacing)
- New cement work as the existing is in a poor condition
- There are difficulties with gaining access to the roof
- You want brown or “wood grain” effect Upvc fascia and soffit boards, as these cost more to purchase
- If your existing soffits contain asbestos, see our asbestos removal cost guide
Should the Existing Boards be Replaced or Covered Over With Plastic?
The most popular method is to remove the existing boards first and then install the Upvc fascia and soffit boards.
If you want to save money you could instruct the installer to cap over the existing boards.
This method is much quicker to complete and thinner plastic boards can be used, which are cheaper.
Within the roofing industry, there is an ongoing debate about which method is best.
Ultimately the best option for you will depend on your property and your budget but most people choose to fully remove and replace the boards rather than capping over them.
Can I Save Money by Having the Old Guttering Re-Installed?
Guttering is the least expensive part of every roofline installation, it’s also the only part that requires ongoing maintenance.
For this reason, it rarely makes sense to re-install the existing guttering unless it’s fairly new and in excellent condition.
Don’t forget that you’ll be paying the labour fee for your tradesperson to install the gutters, regardless of whether they are brand new or old.
Very few homeowners choose to refit the old gutters, the financial saving is minimal and old gutters are far more likely to leak and wouldn’t be covered by a guarantee.
A Warning About Asbestos
Asbestos was used in the manufacturing of certain types of soffit boards from the 1950’s through to the 1980’s.
The prices on this page assume that your home doesn’t have these dangerous boards, if it does, then removing them will cost extra.
This page is a great read as it contains in-depth information about asbestos.
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Arrange a Fascia & Soffit Quote Today
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