We are experts in installing and replacing all Colorbond and Zincalume gutter and downpipe profiles. Listed below are the most commonly used in both the residential and commercial industries.
- Classic Design for modern homes
- High front profile obscures roofline
- Profile is available slotted to minimize overflow during heavy rain
- Available with a complete range of accessories
- Excellent water carrying capacity
- Fast and easy to install
- Concealed fixing providing a clean and seamless finish
- Available with optional slotting
- Can be fixed directly to roofing laid at low pitches
- Heritage style with double curve look
- Overflow slots available
- Full range of matching accessories
- Contemporary gutter that is easy to install
- Concealed fixing offering clean and attractive lines
- Available slotted and unslotte
Concealed guttering sits behind the wooden fascia and can be made to fit any residential property.
There is no one type with Box Gutter as they are mostly made to order.
Downpipes / Spouting
- There is wide range with many different shapes and sizes of downpipes and spouts to suit any domestic roofing or commercial application.
- Rectangular and Square Colorbond downpipes offer a clean, modern finish due to their ability to sit flush against a wall.
- Round Downpipe are available in PVC or Colourbond to suit any application.
- There are many Downpipe and Spouting Accessories to suit any requirement.
Fascia and Barge cover
Colourbond Fascia or Barge Cover is designed to go over your existing fascia or Barge boards. The advantage of Colorbond is that it can cover your old faded and rotting fascia and eliminate the need to paint or maintain barge or fascia boards.
Novaline Fascia in Colourbond is commonly used on new houses instead of timber fascia board. The advantage of Novaline Fascia is that it requires minimal maintenance, no painting and is more economical than timber fascia.
Rain heads and Sumps
Rainheads come in a verity of shapes and sizes such as square, half round, diamond or splayed. They are an essential design element for properties with an internal box gutters. Rainhead and Sumps are a container located between the gutter and downpipe that aids the flow of water away from the roof. Rainheads are positioned on the outside of the building meaning that they minimise the risk of water overflow inside a building.
Sumps are usually inbuilt in to a box gutter and sit between the box gutter and the downpipe. They can collect large amounts of water before it is runs in to the downpipe eliminating the risk of water overflowing in to the building.
Overflow Holes / Pops
Overflow holes are most commonly used on concealed gutters and rainheads. They provide greater protection against water overflow in extreme conditions. They act as an external overflow point, meaning that they minimise the risk of water overflow inside a building.