Roofline Installations & Products
The roofline product range includes everything from bargeboards to downpipes. Say goodbye to rotting gutters and annual maintenance with the Malbern Windows range of roofline products.
All our roofline products are supplied in robust low maintenance UPVC so it looks clean and can add that wow to your home, so say goodbye to the paint brush and call us today on 0800 616 022 to get your free quotation.
- PVCu cladding
Call into our showroom or call 0800 616 022 to speak to a member of our friendly team who will gladly talk you through all the options and prices available to you.
Trust Malbern to keep you water tight
With rooflines taking a battering from the North West weather you need to ensure any work undertaken is carried out by competent tradesmen and with over 30 years experience you can relax with the knowledge its done correctly so you are protected from the British weather for many years to come.
Is your conservatory too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter?
Warmaroof resists conducting the heat from inside to out therefore your conservatory is cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
So by trusting Malbern to install your Warmaroof to your existing conservatory roof you will be able to use the space more efficiently and enjoy it in the summer without baking in the heat and in the winter without your heating turned on full blast, we call that a win win situation and hundreds of clients have been agreeing with us since we started installing them all those years back
Does a light rain shower sound like a torrential downpour?
Warmaroof is great at keeping the noise of the rain down and how many times have you heard the rain hit the plastic roof and thought that sounds bad, so with a Warmaroof that noise is considerably reduced which turns your conservatory into a pleasant, usable room all year round.
Warmaroof is airtight and resistant to damp, it doesn’t rot and because of the thermally insulated construction, it helps cut condensation.
The Malbern Warmaroof promise:
- Latest Hi Specification Insulation used
- 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed
- Price we quote you is what you pay no hidden extras
- Your conservatory will be transformed in a matter of days
- You will enjoy the conservatory throughout the year!
If you have any queries or would like more information or a demonstration of Warmaroof in action, please do contact us for friendly advice or feel free to call us on 0800 616 022
Fascias and Soffits
What Are Fascias And Soffits?
Owning a home is a lot of work and you need to be prepared for this when you buy. Renters have it easy, really – if something goes wrong, all it requires is a quick phone call to the landlord or lettings agency and your problems are basically solved. For those who have taken their first step on the property ladder, however, if something needs fixing or there’s an issue, there’s no one to call – apart from professional housebuilders and suppliers, that is.
Roof problems are all too common for homeowners these days, so it would perhaps be advisable to familiarise yourself with the different parts of your roof so you can better identify any issues as they arise. Here, we’ll take you through the intricacies of fascias and soffits so you know what you’re looking at when surveying your roof.
The fascia board is a long, straight board that is fixed to the roof trusses and runs along the lower edge of the roof. It’s mounted where the roof meets the outer walls of your property and you may well hear it referred to as the roofline. The fascia typically supports the bottom row of roof tiles and supports the guttering. As you can imagine, the fascia has to work quite hard, especially in bad weather when so much water makes its way through the gutters.
These are hidden beneath the fascia board and is usually what you’d see if you were standing on the street. It can be ventilated to help boost the flow of air into the roof, or this ventilation could be channelled over the top of the fascia. Ventilation in the roof is vital as without this condensation can form and any timber in there will decay. It can prove costly to fix any issues with your fascias and soffits so keep an eye on your roof. The longer you leave it, the bigger the problem could become – and thus, the more expensive repairs are likely to be.
If you are worried and want to find out more about this part of the house, get in touch with Manchester fascias and soffits supplier Malbern Windows to see how we can help you get your property back in excellent working order once again.
So call us today on 0800 616 022 and speak to one of our friendly team to get a feeling of what we can do for you, remember with a free design and quotation we can soon bring your ideas to life, or simply fill out the quick quote request form here and we will call you back at a suitable time for you.