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- Product Code: EUR-2012-1008
- Manufacturer Code: EOCB15064
- Package Type: Parcel XL
- Shopping Category: Hardware > Building Materials > Roofing
9mm uPVC Capping with Decoractive Ogee Profile
(5m long, choice of width)
Refresh timber fascia and more!
Freshen existing timber fascia and offer long-term protection against the elements with this 9mm PVC-u capping board.
Offers a quick and cost-effective way to enhance a roofline that is in otherwise good condition. Just attach to existing timber fascias or to a new timber backboard for a first-class, long-lasting installation.
It’s primary use is as a fascia cover board but this versatile product can also be used for covering internal window cills, lining window reveals and boxing-in pipework.
Features & Benefits
- Attractive and weather resistant
- Colour-fast and matched against our other roofline
- Zero preparation and maintenance free
- Guaranteed against warping and cracking
- Easy fit to existing sound fascia board
- British Standard quality you can trust
What you get
Why Choose our PVC-u Roofline Products?
Fascias and soffits play a crucial role in protecting the roof space. Neglected timber fascias and soffits can spoil the look of your home and cause expensive damage to your roof rafters.
Our PVC-u fascias, soffits and roof trims come with a 20-year guarantee against discolouration, warping and cracking and will give a property a new lease of life.
|Width||150mm, 175mm, 200mm, 225mm, 300mm and 404mm|
|Colour Fastness||BS1006 / 1990 Part A03 - Tests undertaken by BSI Testing for colour change resulted in an actual classification of 4 / 5 (where 1= most change and 5 = least change).|
|Fire Rating||Foam profiles: Tested to BS476 Part 7:1997 Class 1 surface spread of fire. Woodgrain profiles do not carry a fire rating.
Rigid profiles: Tested to BS476 Part7:1997 Class 1 surface spread of fire.
|Thermal Conductivity||Foam profiles: 0.07 (w/mk) - this low coefficient of thermal conductivity indicates thermal insulation properties better than brick, concrete or timber.
Rigid profiles: 0.14 (w/mk).
|Density||Foam profiles: 0.55 - 0.6 g/cm3
Rigid profiles: 1.40 - 1.50 g/cm3
|Quality and Standards||BS1006 / 1990 Part A03 Grade 4/5 Colour Fastness
BS476 Part 7:1997 Class 1 Fire rating< br />BS EN 1SO 9001:2000 Quality System
|Guarantee||Profiles are guaranteed against discolouration, warping and cracking, providing they are fitted to manufacturers recommendations. Standard profiles are covered for 20 years.|
|Applications||Capping board for covering tired timber fascia; Internal window cill cover; Lining of window reveal; Boxing-in pipework.|
Fitting and Usage
Fit directly onto existing timber fascia if they are in good condition. Otherwise, the compromised timber fascia should be removed and replaced with a timber backboard with timber fillets for extra support. The cladding board would then be added to this backboard.
Please consder the following:
- Foiled and laminated boards should be fitted in lengths of 2.5m maximum to accomodate expansion requirements, particularly in south facing elevations.
- Abutting boards should be fitted with a 10mm expansion gap and cover trims only stuck to one of the adjoining boards.
- Normal hand tools can be used for drilling and cutting but we recommended a fine tooth bladed saw.
- PVC-U products should not be fitted below 0°C as the boards may become brittle.
- This 9mm capping board should be fixed with 30/40mm polytop fixing pins.
Capping Board as Internal Window Cill Cover
Capping Board is also commonly used as a window cill cover to improve the appearance of damaged timber window board. For this application, the capping board should be cut to size and mitred as necessary and then stuck down with a quick grab adhesive like Saves Nails.
Foam and rigid profiles should not require any further maintenance other than the occasional wash down with a non-scratch, mild detergent and water. They are resistant to most acids and alkalis but can be damaged by solvents. Great care should be taken when in contact with creosote or bitumen-based products as these will cause staining of the profiles. Painting is not recommended on foam profiles unless done by an approved contractor.