Wild storms, strong winds and heavy rainfall all have the potential to cause extensive damage to properties. Luckily, there are precautions you can take to minimise the chances of water damage to your property the next time a crazy storm or heavy rainfall hits. Our team of specialists has put together a summary of what you can do to ensure your property is ready.
If you’re in the process of renovating a property or building a new one, you have probably started coming across a few building and architectural terms that you previously haven’t put much thought into. One of these terms might be the fascia panels of the property. Learn all about fascia in our latest blog post.
The guttering and spouting of a property play an essential role when it comes to efficient rainwater management. Like anything that is left out in the elements, your gutters are going to age over time and not work as well as they once did. This is why you must pay attention to your gutters so you can identify when the time comes for a replacement.
The good news is that standard spouting is no longer your only option. These days, there is a range of spouting and guttering styles out there and one of our favourites is continuous spouting. Our team have put together a summary below that breaks down everything you need to know about continuous spouting.
If your spouting are due for an update, you may have already started your research into the different styles out there. Your spouting system plays an integral role when it comes to your property’s rainwater management and this is why it’s essential you find the most appropriate style to suit your needs.
If you’re not familiar with continuous spouting or you would just like to learn a little more about it before locking in a contractor, keep on reading. We’ve put together a simple summary below that clearly explains the difference between traditional and continuous spouting.
Unfortunately, gutters and spouting won’t last forever and will eventually require repairs or replacement. If it’s time for your property’s gutters to be replaced, there is a range of considerations you should first weigh up before locking in a contractor for the job.
Continuous spouting is gradually becoming more and more popular for property owners across New Zealand. Here at Custom Fascia & Spouting, we are big advocates when it comes to continuous spouting and we want everyone to consider making the switch from standard spouting to continuous.
Have you been thinking of renovating? Well, we have some great news for you if you want to touch up the exterior of your home easily and to a budget. There’s a range of minor changes you can make that will create a surprisingly major difference to the overall appearance of your property. Read our latest blog for all our top tips.
An architectural term, the fascia of a building refers to the band that runs under the roof’s edge. The fascia will connect to the ends of your property’s rafter and trusses and works to support the lower edge of the tiles and guttering. Read our latest blog post to learn more about fascia and the different materials it can be made of.