fascia board

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eaves fascia
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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the work will include (but is not limited to):removing and renewing upvc guttersremoving and renewing downpipes and hoppers, where applicableremoval of old and replacing fascia board, where rottedc.
Louise Simons, by email AI'D USE a fascia board and cut it to size and sand the edges so it's smooth.
A I would use a fascia board and cut it to size and sand the edges so it is smooth.
One time a fascia board worked itself loose and no one noticed, until a raccoon woke me up at 2 am attempting to occupy the crawlspace created by the separated fascia.
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.
The easiest solution is to raise the fascia board so the top is flush with the top of the decking (Photo A).
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.
First, we install a pre-primed 1 x l0 fascia board with a 2-inch gap at the top edge between it and the finished soffit.
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.