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Attaching fascia to rendered roughcast

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by Aussie_Peter, 5 Jul 2020.

  1. Aussie_Peter

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    I have a 1940’s bungalow which I am replacing the guttering on. There are no fascia boards, it’s cast iron guttering/brackets at the moment (not repairable I’m afraid), so I will need to attach the fascia to the house on a rendered roughcast surface as the roof rafters are not accessible.

    So the difficult question (at least for me) is - how to attach the fascia to the roughcast surface?

    Anyone done this before or have tips which might help?
     
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    Thanks Makie, presume this requires moving the tiles to attach and do they need to attach to rafters or can they go attach to the roof boards?
     
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    there are various brackets that could be fitted into the render/brick joints with rise and fall options.
    adding a fascia will reduce the amount of tile over hang into the gutter
     
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