Q. My building does not have a fascia or a soffit, therefore I cannot use an over fascia vent or a soffit vent. So how do I ventilate the roofspace?

Over fascia ventilator strips can be used in a variety of different situations. As its name implies, the ventilator is designed to fix on top of the fascia board, tilting the tiles to their correct plane. However, where there is no fascia the ventilator can be fixed, for example, directly onto corbelled masonry. Over fascia ventilators can sometimes be used at junctions between sloping and flat roofs and also at monopitch ridge junctions.  They can even be used in internal box gutter situations, provided that there is no risk water leakage through the ventilator if the box gutter was to flood in heavy rain conditions. Contact Sandtoft Technical Support for sectional drawings and further information. For quotations or free friendly advice on this or any other roofing or property maintenance service please call Leeds Roofing Company today.


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