Gutters & Downpipes

Gutters and Downpipes are an essential part of the water management system in any home. We can help you select from an extensive range of styles that not only compliment the appearance of your home, but offer the most effective solution to collect and channel the excess water from your roof. From traditional colonial to today’s modern contemporary designs, we have a gutter profile for any home.

 

125 Quad

 

Stratco Cooldek insulated panel

VFC 

 

Stratco Cooldek insulated panel

VFC Gutter

VFC gutter is a square fronted gutter that is designed to hide the ends of roof sheets and provide a stylish accessory to any home or building. The VFC gutter profile is also available in slotted form, which allows water to freely overflow the gutter during periods of high rainfall.

Quad 115

 

VFC Spotted

 

Stratco Cooldek insulated panel

OG ‘Old Gothic’ Gutter

OG ‘Old Gothic’ Gutter is an attractive, traditional style gutter which is often seen on Victorian, Federation and older style buildings. OG Gutter is available in two different widths – 115mm, and 125mm.

Half Round Gutter

Half Round Gutter is manufactured in a half round shape, which is particularly suitable for Spanish, Tuscan, and modern style homes. It also has good water carrying capacity due to its wide 150mm diameter.

Smooth Line

 

Half Round 

 

Stratco Cooldek insulated panel

Edge  Line

 

Installing Gutters the right way

The most important objective when installing new guttering is to get the levels right. Leaving it unchanged will just reintroduce an old, underlying problem.

To set the falls correctly, we remove the bead of timber under the gutter, called the Scotia. This gives us the range of movement we need to adjust the guttering along its full length.

With the Scotia removed, water can no longer remain trapped behind the gutter, making it easy to detect leaks early, while eliminating the risk of wood rot. The new guttering will also have a much smoother, cleaner appearance.

 

Colorbond Colour Chart

Choosing the right colour for your gutters

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