The installation of new guttering, fascias and soffits will significantly improve both the appearance and resilience of your home. Once they have been fitted, minimal maintenance is needed – you’ll only need to perform light upkeeping and cleaning to keep them maintained. Our modern products are made from the highest quality uPVC, designed to endure and resist decay. Our uPVC products are non-porous and resistant to insect infestation – unlike timber alternatives which are highly susceptible to rot and vermin.

One major reason for the necessity of maintenance are bird nests – they often nest in guttering, stopping any rain from passing down into the rain pipe. This can result in a waterfall occurring, most prominent in old, worn-down guttering. We can remove old fascias and soffits, and install new, state-of-the-art units, at a time that is convenient for you. Furthermore, we’re happy to offer our maintenance services throughout Essex, at an affordable price.

Our expert team of professionals will attentively remove old timber fascias, soffits and plastic guttering, eliminating any and all waste following the completion of the work. We act promptly, to ensure your home is not over exposed to the elements, before replacing old timber with high-tech uPVC alternatives that are durable, robust and stylish.

We will add roofline fascias and soffits defined by their toughness and resilience, remaining reliable for years to come. Furthermore, we can add barriers to guttering and above the vented soffits we fit – this will provide protection from blockages which can occur in the guttering, as well as prevent vermin and insects getting into the roof space.


New guttering is essential to ensure your home is protected from water ingress, often caused by leaves and nesting birds, which block water flow. Our professional, qualified team will add gutter guards to prevent blockage, creating a preventative barrier against twigs, leaves, moss and birds.

Whilst accomplishing this, our team of experts will check the tiles, roof felt and verges for any other damage. We will not cover up damage when it is discovered – we will find it and help fix the problem at hand before we transform your roofline. Our guttering will renovate your home, offering durable protection for years to come. If you need to replace old guttering, fascias or any soffits, our qualified team will assist you any way we can.


At Mr Window, we fit fascias competently yet discreetly, with ventilation strips and air vents to ensure circulation and an increased lifespan. We accomplish this because, without the correct air circulation in the roof and roofline, your property will remain unprotected against moisture retention.

  • Extensions
  • Garages
  • Flat Roofs
  • Sloping Roofs
  • Car Ports
  • Verandas

Get in Contact

Our primary objective is to help you achieve the home of your dreams – that’s why we utilise our home improvement knowledge and ability to assist any way we can. Our qualified team of friendly professionals are ready to help with all your guttering, fascia and soffit needs, no matter the complexity of the job. If you’re looking for a quote, or if you have any queries or questions, give us a call on 01702 555553, or visit us in our showrooms – we’re located in Hadleigh and Westcliff, Essex.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is guttering used for?

Guttering refers to the system of gutters, fascias and soffits which act to protect your property and collect water that runs off from your roof, directing said water away from the base of your property. This redirection will ensure no damage is inflicted to your property’s foundation during heavy rainfall.

What are fascias used for?

These long, straight boards are located at the lower-edge of your properties roof – they’re used to ensure the roof and loft space is protected from adverse weather conditions, whilst providing a decorative finish to your roof.

What are soffits used for?

Soffits are similar to fascias – they’re installed just underneath the fascias, at a 90-degree angle against the wall. They provide protection for your rafters, ensuring adverse weather conditions or a potential mould build-up won’t damage your home.