What is Continuous Guttering?
Continuous guttering originated in Canada/USA in the 1920s being introduced into the UK in the early 1970s. The 1990s saw rapid growth in the use of continuous guttering in Europe. Since the 1990s Continuous guttering has grown in the UK linked with the rapid growth in low maintenance roofline products.
The product ranges from 0.5 coil coated one side through to 0.9 coil coated both sides. The type of coil used dictates the overall products performance and life expectancy. In harsh environmental conditions, the life expectancy of 0.5 coated one side could be less than half 0.9 BBA coated.
The Continuous Aluminium Gutter is rolled and formed on site from a pre-coated Aluminium Coil, (British board of agrement certificate no 93/2913) to the required length (up to 30 metres) Due to the low linear expansion of aluminium it is only necessary to introduce a movement joint in runs in excess of 30 metres.
Continuous Guttering Applications
- Social Housing
- Public Sector, Residential and Refurbishment
- New Build Housing
- Home Improvement