Guttering are essential components for any roofing system for buildings in general. The main uses for gutters are to collect and funnel away any water that lands on the roof of a building. They run around the perimeter of the roof and use the narrow trough shape to collect excess water.

Modern plastic guttering is compatible with most existing metal or plastic gutter systems. The flexible uses of modern gutters allow PVC guttering to be used in conjunction with pre-established drainage structures or installed independently on new builds.

There are a multitude of types, styles and materials for gutters, however UPVC guttering is considered the most cost effective. UPVC also offers a much easier installation process in comparison to other materials such as metal. The benefits of using plastic guttering include water resistant features and durability which make it ideal for gutter systems.

The number of finishes now available means there is a comprehensive selection of colours and styles to choose from, such as a cast iron effect. The profile and size of guttering supplies also needs to be considered when selecting guttering to achieve the most effective style for either domestic or commercial use. There are also specific ranges to suite individual needs such as aesthetics and flow capacity.