Copper Rainwater Systems
For properties where a unique look is required, our Copper products are the ideal design solution, providing a rainwater system both elegant and eye-catching.
These systems also boast a wide range of eco-friendly benefits, from rainwater harvesting to their superb recyclability, making them the go-to choice for those looking to reduce their environmental footprint.
Starting off in a lustrous and rich shade, our copper rainwater systems gradually age into a sophisticated sea-green patina evoking the grandeur of European copper roof palaces and cathedrals. This material is ideal for replacement guttering and downpipes in heritage properties that are currently using original copper guttering in a state of disrepair; alternatively, it can be used for new-builds and modern design styles where a bold standout design feature is required.
Manufactured in the UK, our Copper products feature superb craftsmanship and material quality, resulting in rainwater systems which can last 100+ years before requiring replacement. Many heritage buildings still retain their original copper rainwater systems, a testament to the durability and longevity of the material. Copper’s durability comes from its ability to oxidise naturally over time when scratched or worn, allowing it to deliver excellent service life.
Eco-Friendly Rainwater Collection
Our copper rainwater systems not only save on environmental resources through their long service life; they are also 100% recyclable without any degradation to material quality, making them the product of choice for the eco-conscious consumer.
Our Copper products also act as a natural algaecide and fungicide and are not bioaccumulative or toxic, making them the perfect way to harvest rainwater for use in your garden or non-drinking purposes in the home, both saving on your water bill and reducing your environmental impact.
Our range of copper rainwater systems are also low-maintenance and extremely durable, with only occasional maintenance required to clear out leaves and debris.