Guttering is a vital part of a rainwater system, diverting rainwater away from the building and protecting both the structure and the foundations. Guttering can come in a range of sizes to suit the shape and size of your roof: the larger or steeper the roof, the more concentrated the flow of rainfall will be.
Our guttering comes in a variety of materials: Aluminium, GRP, Cast Iron, and Copper. Different materials are suitable to different styles of homes, both aesthetically and functionally. Cast Iron and Copper are more suited to heritage homes, whilst GRP and aluminium offer more versatility for contemporary homes and newbuilds. Our Aluminium guttering is our most popular choice, due to its long lifecycle, understated style and reasonable price.
To find out more about each of these styles of guttering, refer to the table below. The table contains information on each of our available types of guttering, the properties for which they are best suited, and the benefits of choosing each material for your home or building project.
Aluminium gutters provide properties with a longer, more reliable lifecycle compared to the commonly used plastic gutters.
Our GRP guttering gives your building a look of quality as it replicates the look of cast iron, but is more economical, lightweight and maintenance free.
Cast Iron gutters have an extremely long working life, and when they begin to erode the iron ash which is released is carbon based making it good for the environment.
|Aluminium Guttering||Traditionally Designed or New Builds||Light-weight, durable, non-corrodible||Aluminium gutters provide properties with a longer, more reliable lifecycle compared to plastic gutters.|
|GRP Guttering||All Homes||Cheap, flexible, looks like cast iron||Our GRP guttering replicates the quality look of cast iron, but is more economical, lightweight and maintenance free.|
|Cast Iron Guttering||Heritage homes or listed buildings||Strong, durable, low maintenance||Cast Iron gutters have a lifespan of over 90 years and offer heritage prestige which adds value to your home.|
|Copper, Guttering||Heritage homes or listed buildings||Ecologically friendly, low maintenance, cost effective||Vibrant colour which develops a unique green patina with oxidisation. Copper also boasts a lifespan of up to 90+ years.|