THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO GUTTERING
Gutters collect water running off the roof and channel them away from the building via a downpipe. Our guttering shapes come in a few options such as half round – a semicircle shape, square, ogee, deep – a deeper version of half round, miniflow – a small version perfect for smaller builds or greenhouses and finally cast iron effect. This guide will inform you on how guttering works and the purpose of each part.
A running outlet creates a channel to connect the gutter to the downpipe
A union can be used to connect separate lengths of gutter
Offset bends are at an angle enabling guttering to travel from the fascia and adjoin to the downpipe to ensure a flush fit to the wall They come in a 67.5 (112) degree angle
A stop end caps off the gutter to prevent water escaping. There are internal or external options.
Gutter clip / support bracket
Clips adhere either the downpipe to the wall or secures in place gutter to the fascia, keeping it sturdy.
The shoe directs water in to a gullt
Connects two lengths of downpipe together
Connects two downpipes together and an angle
Supports gutter around an angle