Cost to replace fascias soffits and guttering
Working out the average cost to replace fascias boards soffits and guttering can be a little tricky because there may be a lot of variables. Having said that most fascia replacement firms will have a standard ‘go to’ price per metre, and at least 70% of houses seem to fit this category. I have taken the time to work out the common fascia replacement cost for different property types, and those prices are listed below with other standard UPVC fascia replacement examples.
How did I arrive at these prices? Well not only do I fit fascias myself but I have life long friends in the fascia fitting industry, those include small to medium sized family firms as well as large companies. I also have an article on how to find a recommended fascia company if you want to read it.
Any quote for new a fascia price here assumes good quality materials for fascias and soffits as well as a quality branded guttering. I would advise against the re-use of any old plastic guttering as this will often leak when refitted, new guttering is of relatively low cost anyway.
Average price of new fascias soffits and guttering
The average cost of fitting new fascias boards, soffits and guttering finished with good quality materials comes in at a price of £100 per metre. This example is from a large city in the Midlands, which I have found to be a good benchmark for trade prices in general, although some parts of London may cost slightly more.
This price list is revised every 6-12 months, although the cost of fitting new fascias and soffits isn’t prone to much fluctuation as the raw cost of materials is quite stable, and competition is quite high form both fitters and suppliers. At the end of the day it will be down to how much a company or individual wants to earn in profit, and how busy they are – no escaping it. But as a general rule of thumb larger companies charge more to cover overheads such as staff, advertising and running costs.
Fascia replacement cost calculator
But what ball park figures are we talking here? Well let’s assume all of the components are branded including the guttering and of good general quality.
Price of new fascias and soffits with guttering to a semi detached front & back – Expect to pay on average around £1200 to £1500
Average cost of new fascia boards, soffits and guttering to semi detached 3 sides – Expect to pay approximately £1700 to £2000
Cost of new fascia and soffits with guttering to a detached house – Expect to pay in the region of £2600 to £3000
Cost of new fascia, soffits and guttering to a terraced house – Because these come in so many variants see the price per metre stated at the top of the page.
Cost of fascias, soffits and guttering to a bungalow – With small and medium sized fascia firms you may grab yourself a slight discount because the low height which often means no scaffolding or access equipment. Install times can often be slightly quicker overall, you may get up to 20% of the price per metre stated at the top of the page.
What is the average price of capping fascia boards ?
Around £50 per metre. This price assumes you are fitting a good quality capping fascia, soffits and guttering system to a rot free house.
I realise that capping fascias have a bad reputation and anyone suggesting them can be an easy target to belittle. I like to deal in fact and logic however, and I am never afraid to speak up even if I seem to be in a minority sometimes. To see exactly what I think of capping fascias please read this article on capping fascias if you haven’t done so..
What factors increase the price of new fascias ?
Scaffolding over tricky structures like conservatories may increase cost of new fascias, also coloured or wood effect fascia tends to add £10 per metre approximately. Specialist guttering like metal, cast iron effect or bespoke colours will also bump up the price. The same can be said for the cost of capping fascia below. Large national fitting firms may cost significantly more.
Scaffolding over conservatories – A simple lift over a structure like this may cost £200. A front and back may add £400, and all the way around may cost an additional £700 in scaffolding costs should they be required.
Asbestos can also be found in the fibre cement soffits underneath the fascias on occasion. You may find some tradesmen can safely package and dispose of this themselves, or they might have to arrange for an asbestos removal firm to take it away. This obviously may increase your quotation. This is something that should be found during any quotation and my article on how to find a recommended fascia installer also talks about this.
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