Soffit Boards

Soffit boards help to give your home a clean, modern look when paired with your fascia boards. We have a wide range of plastic soffit boards made of UPVC available in a selection of colours and finishes. So you’ll be able to find the perfect match ...

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Plastic Soffit Boards 40
Fixings & Trims 48
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£0.00 - £9.99 10
£10.00 - £19.99 37
£20.00 - £29.99 13
£30.00 - £39.99 1
£50.00 - £59.99 1
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Black 5
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Brown 5
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Golden Oak 4
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Irish Oak 2
Oak 6
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175mm 2
200mm 9
225mm 4
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300mm 13
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400mm 4
40mm 9
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605mm 2
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Soffit Board?

Soffit boards are horizontal boards which fit under the roofline of your home to help provide a weatherproof seal. They prevent both moisture penetration and excessive airflow into your loft space – which helps to stop condensation build-up which can lead to mould and decay. Soffits also help to prevent birds or other animals from entering your roof space.

What’s the Best Soffit Board Material?

We stock a wide range of plastic soffit boards made from unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (UPVC); which has rapidly become one of the most popular soffit board materials for homeowners and tradesmen alike. Not only is it cost-effective, but UPVC soffits also require minimal maintenance compared to traditional timber soffit boards, only needing to be kept clean to perform at their best.

Do You Need to Vent Soffit Boards?

If your roofline is already adequately ventilated, there should be no need to ventilate your soffit boards. Many homeowners choose to add standalone soffit vents to their property for additional air intake; however these are inferior to continuous vented soffit boards. If you’d like to improve the breathability of your home and help to prevent damp and condensation in your loft space, you could replace existing flat soffits with our range of vented soffit boards.