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Fascias and soffits are an important element of most guttering systems. Not only do they offer support for the guttering itself, they enhance the design of your home by creating a clean and neat finish to the roofline. Fascias or fascia boards are horizontal boards that sit on the edge of the rafters of your roof, closing the end of the roof and offering the support that the guttering is mounted to. Soffits run under the fascia boards, closing the gap and protecting the underside of the rafter ends. Soffits are usually ventilated to enable the roof timbers to breathe and to stop any moisture accumulation. Box ends are used where the horizontal fascia meets the diagonal barge board that runs up the edge of the roof profile, providing a neat finish to an otherwise ugly join.

Fascias and soffits are normally created from either wood or UPVC. Timber fascias and soffits are common on older properties and remain popular. However, wooden fascias and soffits can rot with time and expose the rest of the guttering to problems or leaks. More recently, UPVC fascias and soffits have been increasingly popular as they give you a robust option that will not rot. UPVC fascias and soffits can be purchased in a number of colours to accommodate any building, although white is very popular as it provides a traditional aesthetic. Fascias are additionally available in ogee moulded designs, where feature grooves are included. These can have a striking effect.

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St. Helier is a district in Jersey, the most extensive Channel Island in the English Channel. Although Government House is in St. Saviour, St. Helier is the recognised capital of Jersey. It is mostly a rural parish, but its urban areas make up 34.2% of the full population of Jersey.

The town gets its name from Helier, a saint who worked as a hermit and was martyred in Jersey. The church devoted to him used to be on the edge of the shore, but as a result of land reclamation it is now some way inland. Land reclamation is where new land is shaped using the ocean, riverbeds or lakebeds.

In 1155, an Abbey of St. Helier was established near to the Hermitage. It was closed during the Reformation and redesigned to form the Elizabeth Castle. Sir Walter Raleigh, who was the Governor of Jersey between 1600 and 1603, named it after the Queen.
St Helier is the site of the Central Market, which is an inside market opened in 1882. It is a certified Site of Special Interest, displaying Victorian architecture and an ornamental fountain. The market deals in flowers, fruit and vegetables, and there are lots of places to eat and drink there. Next to the Central Market sits Beresford fish Market.

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