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Plastic gutters (PVC) offer perfect protection against water damage in sheds, log cabins, summerhouses, workshops, garages, garden offices and gazebos. They allow you to either directly drain rainwater or collect it in water butt. Our PVC gutters are available in anthracite, white, black, brown and light grey! Choose your roof type below and start putting together your personalised PVC guttering kit!
The GD16 is a small half-round PVC gutter, perfect for e.g. a shed, porch or overhang with an effective roof area per side up to 20 m2. This gutter type is available in the colours anthracite, white, brown and grey. This is a so-called jointed gutter system with rubber strips along the union brackets and running outlet. This makes installation very simple. At these places, the gutters can expand properly.
The Extra100 is a half-round PVC gutter, perfect for e.g. a shed, porch or overhang with an effective roof area per side up to 55 m2. This gutter type is available in the colours anthracite, white, brown and black. This is a so-called jointed gutter system with rubber strips along the union brackets and running outlet. This makes installation very simple. At these places, the gutters can expand properly.
The BG70 is a small square PVC gutter, perfect for e.g. a shed, porch or overhang with an effective roof area per side up to 20 m2. Only available in brown. This is a so-called adhesive system. Parts such as the union brackets and running outlet will need to be glued into place. Because of this, later adjustments to an adhesive system installation can be difficult. This gutter system doesn’t expand properly. That’s the reason, this gutter type is only suited for smaller roofs.
Half round gutter types GD16 and Extra100 are examples of jointed gutter systems. This means that various fittings in this system are provided with rubber seals. These create a watertight connection between two gutter parts (union bracket), for example. The running outlet and various gutter angles (90°, 135° and 120°) are also equipped with the rubber jointed gutter system, which makes gutter assembly child’s play. It has been designed to allow for adjustments during installation; if you want to adjust something later on, maybe fit an extra running outlet, it’s easy. This system also gives space for the guttering to expand. A PVC gutter shrinks in cold weather and expands when it is warm. A round down pipe with offset bends can be glued (glue is also supplied in our complete guttering kits).
With an adhesive or glue system, all fittings are connected using special PVC glue. This creates a strong, watertight connection. In this particular guttering system, all fittings are designed to blend in perfectly and are barely noticeable. The disadvantage here is that this square gutter system is less suitable for very long installations, because this type of gutter isn’t able to expand or contract. However, the glue system is often used for smaller buildings such as sheds, log cabins, garages, green houses, workshops, all types of garden houses and gazebos, and suits relatively short lengths.
We have been manufacturing PVC gutters from our premises in Roermond (The Netherlands) since 1974. Our years of experience in producing high-quality guttering systems has resulted in our all-in-one guttering kits. Every single part blends in perfectly. We also include, parts that are not available in DIY stores. Here’s what is included in our complete gutter kits:
Top quality at the lowest prices. After all, you are ordering direct from the manufacturer. That’s why we also offer a 10 year warranty on our PVC guttering.