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The finishing piece of timber that runs up the verge on a gable roof. Bargeboard
The framework that is constructed to go over the gable wall and carries the bargeboard. Gable ladder
The board that is fixed to the underside of a boxed (Closed) eaves Soffit board
This verge finish consists of specially designed units (Usually uPVC) which fit over the ends of the tiles nearest to the verge, no mortar is required. Dry verge
This verge finish consists of specially designed concrete tiles which eliminate the need for mortar bedding. They replace the tiles nearest to the verge. Cloaked verge
This verge finish consists of the tiles overhanging the edge of the verge by between 38 and 50mm. A 150mm wide fibre cement, or slate undercloak is fitted below these tiles. Traditional mortar finish
This eaves finish is finished as close to the wall as possible. There is no soffit, but a small gap is left for ventilation. Flush eaves
The bottom of the rafter feet to this eaves finish are planed as they are exposed. The rafter feet project beyond the outer wall and eaves boards are fitted to the top of the rafters to hide the underside of the roof cladding Open eaves
This eaves finish is completely closed or boxed in. The ends of the rafters are cut to allow the fascia and soffit to be fitted. Closed eaves
Ornate cover piece used to cover the joint between two bargeboards where they meet at the ridge Dolly
This eaves finish is used where the roof has a sharp pitch. The additional short rafter reduces the pitch at the eaves, slowing down the flow of rainwater and stopping it overshooting the guttering.
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