fascia board

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A board that is nailed vertically at the ends of roof rafters; sometimes supports a gutter; also called a fascia board.
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UPVC related products comprising of but not limited to: fascia board, soffits, window and door fixings, silicone and sealant.
Parry was accused of starting three other fires at the pub - in the lounge of the living area, in an outdoor bin and on a fascia board.
Members of the group also washed the fascia board around the front of the community building on New Hey Road.
As part of the scheme, an application to build a glass-fronted extension, including a fascia board planted with greenery and a covered outside dining space, has now been submitted to Middlesbrough Council.
red, green and white fascia board signage will be unacceptable as it is at odds with the historic fabric of the area.
There's no sign on the outside of this unit on an industrial estate that there's any connection with the Child Survival Fund - the fascia board carries the name Morris Cerullo World Evangelism.
On the left, the fascia board of GH Smith''s nut and bolt emporium survived certainly till the end of the 20th century, and, in 2008 at least, the firm was still occupying the premises, albeit much reduced in height.
The first of these lodged the ball in a plastic fascia board above the Press Box and the third secured a fifth batting point as the West Country side went past 400 as early as the 81st over.
5 Make a 300mm square table with fascia board or tongue and grove flooring.
The fascia board at the premises is unchanged from the previous ownership.
Sometimes screws holding a gutter bracket to the fascia board rust away or the fascia board itself might rot, causing the brackets to move and the gutter sections to sag.
If you do use a ladder make sure it is long enough to extend by at least three rungs above the edge of the roof, and tie it to a large hook screwed into the fascia board.