Aluminium guttering is a brilliant alternative to cast iron because it achieves a similar appearance but is cheaper and a more lightweight system. Gutter Warehouse supplies two different aluminium guttering finishes; cast and contemporary.
Our Alumasc range is to be used as a replacement on properties that want to achieve a classic heritage appearance. Textured black is available on next working day delivery, and a variety of aluminium guttering finishes are in-stock. The guttering will not rust as the surfaces oxidise to create a natural barrier.
For a more contemporary look on your property, the SnapIt half round guttering and SnapIt Express systems can be used. The 3m length gutters and ‘snap-together system’ make it easy to install and ideal in areas which are hard to access. We offer a wide range of coatings and finishes.
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Why Choose Aluminium guttering?
It is very likely that your conservation officer will allow aluminium as a cast iron alternative – they are eco friendly and have a similar look.
They are nearly identical. Mouldings of original cast iron products are made to ensure that every detail, including the original sand-cast ‘orange peel’ appearance, is replicated to give a true representation.
Gutters, rainwater items and fittings are actually “cast,” meaning that collars and lugs also have that original appearance
We think so! Fitting cast iron is likely to be a two-person job as items such as downpipes can be quite heavy. Aluminium is far lighter and easier to fit, which makes it a great choice for residential use where access may be difficult. If you want something really easy, consider the SnapIt range.
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It’s highly eco-friendly. Did you know that over 80% aluminium guttering that is in use on homes has been fully recycled? It can be melted down and reused at the end of it’s life, just like lindab guttering, a steel alternative..
Yes, you should leave a 4mm expansion gap between the pipe end and
socket. You should also insert a 6mm
backing foam into the pipe
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Nope! The great thing about this rainwater system is that there is no need to prime or paint the gutters. Aside from cleaning leaves, maintenance is very minimal!