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What type of wood for fascia?

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by fex10, 25 Sep 2015.

  1. fex10

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    Hi what sort of wood do I use for the fascias? It's to go above a bay window.

    When the builder did my extension he used treated wood, but it was rough sawn and now god knows how I will finish it off. Whereas not sure if planed wood is ok exterior?

    If I go for plastic can it be painted to match the burgundy of the rest of the house details?
     
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    OP,
    In a number of your previous posts you have neither thanked nor acknowledged various respondents to your questions - instead you took the advice and disappeared off the thread.
     
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    Hi Ree!

    I'm sure I did thank somewhere, and if I didn't in some posts I am VERY grateful, the advice has been really good and everyone has been very helpful and polite, it's a very friendly forum.

    It's give and take, I know, but my skills and main interests are not in DIY. But for example I do have advanced skills in 4x4 design and build, and I'm always helping people on the 4x4 forums, I go out of my way to give people the guidance they need.

    At the moment I'm under quite a bit of pressure to finish the house before the baby comes, and I also have a business to run, so that's also why I may have forgotten to come back and thank for the advice.

    Big thanks! Really !!
     
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