Our Cambridge roofline products are perfect for any roofline in Cambridge
- Box ends are constructed to created an attractive join between the fascia and bargeboard and the soffit on the underside
- Careful measurements are taken to ensure that the bod end return conceals the roof linings along the gable ladder
- In the British climate, expansion and contraction due to widely varying temperatures is inevitable.
- Cambridge Roofers test roofline parts to ensure that they return to their normal shape and size after exposure to varying temperatures,
- Cambridge Roofers developed a dedicated range of corner pieces and trims that are used on every box end of a roofline installation.
- They are wide enough to conceal expansion and contraction of the fascia soft or bargeboard, but still allow for natural movement.
- By comparison, many companies fix the fascia, soffit and bargeboards at both ends during installation, resulting in the boards bowing or spitting because of expansion and contraction.
Cambridge Roofers range of cladding provides and attractive alternative to the other methods of external wall coverings, and is approved by the British Board of Agrement
- Cambridge Roofers offer a range of finishes to complement your home
- New cladding boards will match new or existing roofline
- Choose Cambridge Roofers White, or a woodgrain option
- Preserved timber battens fixed to the wall provide a solid base for cladding boards.
- A vapour permeable water barrier is installed to allow the house to breathe, without allowing water back into the brickwork
- The cladding boards are applied on top of the timber battens, ensuring that a ventilation gap is left, as cladding is susceptible to thermal movement, particularly the darker colours of woodgrain.
- The edge trims create an attractive finish to the installation and conceal expanding and contracting boards.
- No need to paint
- No warping, cracking, rotting or peeling
- Cambridge Roofers fasciaâ€™s, soffits and bargeboard are all manufactured by the same process, co-extrusion.
- During this process, the coloured uPVC skin is bonded to the PVC-Ue core, making it an integral part of the finished board.
- Cambridge rooferâ€™s industry-leading fascia board is up to 25mm thick, making it much stronger as a load-bearing feature of the roof.
- It also provided a solid platform for the gutter brackets to be screwed into, enabling the gutter to take far heavier loads of snow and rain
- Many companies offer a thinner woodgrain fascia board, but Cambridge Roofers manufacture only one thickness for all styles and profiles (up to 25mm)
- The board is solid, meaning that a timber back is never used to add strength and support.
Two styles of fascia are available, classic and bullnose.
The classic profile is the most popular one used by Cambridge roofers.
Many companies offering roofline renovation can provide a system to prevent blocked butters, but Cambridge Roofers have tested their design to be most successful.
- Meshes and brushes can be adequate solution to begin with, but they are designed to block leaves and debris from entering the gutter, and are not capable of allowing the matter to blow away once settled.
- Cambridge Roofers exclusive gutter guard uses the principle of water adhesion to guide rainwater from its surface into the gutter below.
- Any leaves or debris will stick to the top surface of the gutter guard, and will blow away in the wind once the water has evaporated.
- Cambridge Roofers have designed Gutter Guard to be discreet â€“ it clips in above the gutter and does not protrude.
- The thin aluminum profile is available in black for universal appeal.
- No need to climb ladders to clean out clogged gutters
- 20-year guarantee from installation
- Prevents damage to the property caused by water overflow
- Securely clipped to the gutter, which is fixed to the 25mm thick fascia
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- British Building Regulations state that all roofs must have a specified amount of ventilation, which varies depending on the pitch.
- Insufficient ventilation can cause dry and wet rot in the roof timbers, and ultimately compromise the integrity of the whole roof structure.
- Cambridge Roofers satisfy this requirement by installing a concealed ventilation system to enable a continuous airflow into the roof space.
- The over-fascia ventilation system is practically invisible from the ground as the air travels through gaps between the top of the gutter and the top of the fascia.
- Other companies may use a ventilated soffit, but Cambridge Roofers have fond that this system leaves parts of the porous PVC-Ue exposed and prone to gathering and holding dirt.