WHAT ARE SEAMLESS GUTTERS ?
COST EFFECTIVE, LONG LASTING AND LOW MAINTENANCE SEAMLESS GUTTERS LINCOLNSHIRE & YORKSHIRE
What are Seamless Gutters?
Our Seamless gutters are formed on site using 90% recycled aluminium produced from sustainable and environmentally friendly materials from the no. 1 sustainable company in Norway. The gutters are seamless so “NO LEAKS”, the fixings are hidden which gives a beautiful aesthetic value and a choice of 4 standard colours. The gutters come with a 20-year manufactures guarantee to not fade or rust.
Our seamless gutters are produced on site from pre-coloured aluminium coil, roll formed in continuous lengths of up to 30 metres. Brackets, stop ends and outlets are installed at ground level before the finished section is raised to roof level. If corners are required, the product is mitred and two part interlocking corners are installed once the gutter has been fixed into place.
The Aluminium Seamless Gutter system is approved by the British Board of Agrément (BBA). Under the strict BBA guidelines set, we are audited and assessed twice yearly to ensure that the product and installers provide the highest possible standards.
We are the only residential seamless gutter company within a 40-mile radius
Save Money With Our Aluminium Seamless Guttering
Over 30 years seamless guttering will out-perform UPVC rainwater systems and show considerable savings on both material maintenance and replacement costs.To demonstrate this, we conducted a survey* of over 100 contractors, who offer both UPVC and Mustang® aluminium seamless gutters. Each participant provided an average installation cost, number of joints required and presumed life span, for four property types.
The following conditions were provided for the pricing exercise:
- Building ready to receive guttering
- Scaffold/access equipment provided
- Uninterrupted access to property
- Installation to be completed in one visit
- Comparison to be Mustang® versus equivalent UPVC gutter
- It was assumed that the UPVC would have to be replaced at least once over a 30-year period