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  1. When do I need vented Soffits?

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    Some roofs have systems in place to supply adequate airflow, but if your roof has no such provisions, it is essential to use vented soffits as a substitute.

  2. What is the difference between deep gutter and normal guttering?

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    Deep guttering is a lot deeper than the standard gutter system and is used on roofs with a steeper pitch. The extra depth allows for the collection and free flow of a higher volume of water.

     

  3. How can I stop leaves & moss collecting in my roof gutter?

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    Hedgehog brushes are a perfect light weight addon to your gutters as they prevent leaves and roof moss from falling into the gutter and causing blockage. Thus allowing constant flow of water throughout the gutter system and keeping the gutter weight to a minimum.

  4. What is a hedgehog gutter brush?

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    Hedgehog gutter brushes are made of long lasting stainless steel wire combined with polypropylene bristles on the outside. These bristles are shaped to prevent leaves and roof moss from falling into the gutter system so that water can flow freely in the required direction, away from your property.

  5. Why do we fit guttering and downpipes?

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    A well fitted gutter system is essential because they catch the rainfall from your roof and redirect it away from your home, thus protecting from water damage. Unwanted water can causes erosion, weaken property structure and causes basement flooding.

  6. What is difference between soffit and fascia?

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    Exterior soffit board is located underneath and fascia board is fitted to the end of the rafters and along the eves of the property. Both these products are usually fitted at the same time to enhance kerb appeal and to protect from water damage.