White Ogee Plastic Guttering Rainwater System
This double Ogee design Aquaflow Ogee guttering looks good from any angle, especially on low-level bungalows and garages.
The extra width gives a better flow rate than the standard half round guttering and drainage systems.
Fits standard white 68mm downpipes.
White ogee guttering is popular on conservatories porches and bungalows where the gutter has been fitted at a low level. Easy to install the extra width of the gutter gives it a high capacity rate of flow suitable on small and mid-size roof projects.
From Bristol City Centre We aim to deliver most white plastic guttering orders within a few working days, but this can vary due to stock levels and demand on our delivery fleet in peak times such as school holidays. Larger contractors orders tend to be placed weeks or months in advance. Guaranteed delivery dates need to be planned by at least four weeks. Whenever possible, we try to use our delivery fleet as this reduces damages and lost packages. When your delivery arrives, there are a few things to consider.
- The products should be stored off the floor, and they are best not stored in direct sunlight if there is protective bubble wrap packaging this must be removed at the time of delivery.
- The actual packaging used on the gutter should have the ends opened. Avoiding overheating due to the sun while in storage is the aim gutter should be stored out of the way to avoid creating any trip hazards.
Very simple once installed the gutter needs a very occasional clean with mild soapy water and a soft cloth. Solvents and abrasives should be avoided.
Guarantees from various manufacturers come with different conditions attached and they vary in length according to the colour and general use of the product purchased. Having been in the industry for 25 years and supplying products we aim to bring you the most reliable products available. These products are now very reliable and as such you are not likely to have any significant issues There are also conditions relating to the requirements of installation and conforming to building regulations which vary from England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.