26 Nov 2014

Gutter for Conservation Areas

Is Alutec a better alternative to cast iron gutter?


We think so!

A lot of properties in our area are old and are situated within Conservation Areas or are Listed Buildings. Traditionally, such properties would have cast iron gutter and downpipes installed. These have worked well but, generally, require repainting every five to ten years. With the costs of labour and scaffolding this can be very costly indeed.

Alutec manufacture a range of traditional gutter and downpipe that replicate the appearance of cast iron. When coated with ‘Heritage Black’ the pitted textured finish emulates cast iron which will complement and enhance the appearance of your home beautifully.

‘Heritage Black’ has a decorative life expectancy of fifty years eliminating the need for regular maintenance for a considerable time.

A wide range of other colours are also available in a smooth finish, if the local planning authority permits.

The overwhelming majority of Alutec gutters and downpipes that we sell are ‘Heritage Black’ which is ideally suited for Conservations Areas and Listed Buildings.

As an Alutec Specialist Stockist we stock Alutec Evolve gutter and downpipes along with the Tudor downpipe system  in ‘Heritage Black’.

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