Aluminium fascias are an incredibly flexible and versatile but also strong and durable addition to any roof. Available either individually or as part of a much larger combined system, aluminium fascias in Leeds, Yorkshire, and Greater Manchester from Protech Roofing can be designed to be unique.
In fact, we benefit from over 24 years of experience in the industry. With this under our belt, Protech are the perfect solution for your aluminium fascias needs. We have worked on a range of different projects over the years, and we’ve needed to meet the individual and unique needs of various challenging projects with aluminium fascias often being an important part of the process. As such, our aluminium fascias can be designed uniquely with specific and bespoke requirements being met.
Aluminium fascias are a very important part of many roofing systems. They’re multi-purpose, adding both functionality and style to any building’s exterior. Many buildings use fascia covers as aluminium flashings or for trimming and cladding to the roof eaves. However, fascias are also often used to cover existing fascia boards, gable and verge.
We work with all the best and most trusted partners and suppliers here at Protech Roofing. This allows us to be sure that our customers are only ever getting the best materials and highest quality roofing available. This extends to our aluminium fascias, which are designed and manufactured to the very highest standard. Our dedication is to ensure that we supply every single customer and project that we work with with the very best.
Aluminium fascias from Protech can come in various shapes and sizes. Every building is different, and we’re not a roofing company that takes a ‘one size fits all’ kind of approach. We meet the demands of each project with a unique mindset, so if you need aluminium fascias that are bespoke and unique, whether that be curved, chisel pointed, bullnosed, or anything else, we can provide what you need.
Aluminium fascias are diverse and can come in the shape of a comprehensive roofing system that meets many different needs. As such, Protech can provide full aluminium systems that include: aluminium guttering, aluminium flashings, aluminium soffits, aluminium coping, aluminium cladding, and more.
It’s often beneficial that the aluminium fascia requirements are built into the design of a roofing project right at the start of the process. Regardless of whether Protech are taking on the full job or working on your project with other businesses, we always strive to provide as much technical advice and design and installation recommendations as possible when it comes to aluminium fascias – that’s why we like to gain clarity and understanding right at the start of the project.
Aluminium fascias are a very important part of a building’s style and overall exterior appearance. They can add the finishing touches for a building’s visual aspect – all while providing crucial functionality, protecting buildings from pests, fire and rain. Aluminium fascias are suitable to be used on buildings of any height and they can be tailor-made to fit any project’s unique needs and style requirements!
Aluminium fascias have a lot to offer and are a fantastic addition to any roof. Not only are they easy to install but they also keep pests away. They make for an excellent aesthetic choice for a variety of commercial projects.
t is tough for pests to chew through making it harder for animals to become unwelcome guests. Aluminium fascias are a great choice for anyone who has previously had issues with pests getting into the building, especially via the roof. Coated aluminium makes it incredibly unlikely that animals will make it into your building this way.
Provides waterproofing, even in the worst weather conditions. Aluminium fascias make for great rainwater diverters, helping protect your building’s interior and making your roof last longer. This means that you can rely on your aluminium fascias all year round, regardless of the weather.
It can be pigmented to match the colour of your home without chipping away or fading over time. This means that cast iron and pressed and folded aluminium can help your building maintain that shiny brand new look for longer. You won’t need to replace or repair your aluminium fascias very often and can make certain that this aspect of your roofing fits in with the aesthetic of your building.
It can withstand extreme heat before melting helping protect your home from fire damage. You don’t want roofing that begins to buckle under heat or fire. With modern aluminium you don’t need to worry about this.
It is widely recycled allowing it to be endlessly re-purposed. These days, skyline aluminium fascia are often made from recycled material, and are recycled at the end of their lifecycle.
Resistant to corrosion and outperforms all other types of fascias. Wood is prone to rotting and vinyl collects grime on its porous surface. With respirable dust and made to engineered quality, aluminium fascias can last incredibly long with little maintenance required.
The frequent maintenance of other fascias means aluminium provides a better return on investment. Because of the material being relatively low cost, the standard components of aluminium fascias are very cost-effective.
As well as being easy to install, aluminium fascias are flexible and similar to leadwork or single-ply, easy to shape to fit a variety of buildings. Although they offer excellent quality, their shape can warp if the job isn’t done correctly, especially if heat causes the material to expand. As with any job, making a proper investment now is going to save time, energy and cost in the long run.
The product is long-lasting and renowned for keeping its colour and durability years after installation. This not only means you won’t need to regularly pay out for repairs, also it won’t need replacing anytime soon. However, we do highly recommend regular maintenance to keep products like fascias in fantastic condition. It also means it can do it’s job to prevent leaking for up to 20 years.
Our aluminium fascias are an ideal choice for commercial projects. Depending on the job, you might also be able to invest in a range of styles too, such as plain or ribbed.
As with leadwork, aluminium fascias also benefit the environment; as the material is long-lasting and widely recyclable. Repeatedly using the material for new products doesn’t impact on quality.