What does FSG refer to?
The primary function of FSG is to protect the roof and the interior of your building. Well maintained fascia, soffits and guttering (FSG) as well as downpipes are integral aspects of a properly functioning roof. Unfortunately, these aspects are more often than not forgotten and neglected. Above all, a fault in your FSG features can lead to more serious problems. Particularly if you live in an area that is susceptible to extremes of weather conditions.
Why are FSG important?
Recently, the UK has experienced a spate of storms that have prompted the Met Office to issue a series of weather warnings and alerts. In events like these, it is extremely important to have a well-maintained guttering and roofing system in place to cope with excess water and strong winds. These weather conditions inevitably cause increased stress on your roof. If you adopt a regular maintenance programme that accounts for your FSG, you can ensure that you avoid long-term problems associated with wear and tear on your roof.
What happens if your FSG need replacement?
The key to any renovation works to your home is that you find a reputable company that understands the importance of completing a job to an exceptional standard, on time and within budget. Pascuzzi Brothers and Sons have over 50 years of experience as Flat Roofing Specialists in Cambridgeshire. Not only has the family owned company demonstrated a wealth of experience in all kinds of roofing, they will ensure that their customers are left completely satisfied with any work carried out. In particular, ensuring that your property is treated with respect and left in good condition, as your property is found.
Renovation and Installation
Additionally, Pascuzzi Brothers and Sons understand how disruptive it can be to your life to have renovation and installation work carried out. Which is why they will work with you closely to ensure you understand all aspects of the process at every step of the way. Leaving you with a roof that functions perfectly and looks exceptional.