Gutters Wellington Spouting
It is important to know the type of guttering on your building. New Zealand’s climate can be rough for some of the spouting and guttering materials. Gutter and spouting systems are available in various materials and styles. You can choose the right gutter system style from the list below. The materials for guttering and spouting may vary depending on the type of gutter you choose.
Types of Guttering Wellington Spouting:
Old Gothic (O.G.)
Fascia Gutter 125mm Box Gutter
Available Guttering and Spouting Materials:
- Stainless steel
Getting high-quality gutter system is recommended for residential and commercial properties. Our expert roofers can install the gutter system with gutter angles, gutter clips, sumps, downpipes, stop ends, gutter brackets, gutter mitres, fascia, and rainheads.
How to decide the gutter size?
Some of the things we consider is roof are. Most domestic residences will have a domestic profile and the profile will handle 100 to 200 sqm of roof area which a house has. If you have a commercial roof then we calculate roof area and design the gutter size. Other things we take into consideration is the height of the spouting and how exposed it is to the weather. When really high we choose to put more support with gutter brackets to ensure it does not fail high up as this is more expensive to rectify so we put more support there. Some metal spouting does not do so well when really exposed. Internal gutters on commercial buildings can be very large and require large rain heads that are hand made to order. Call us today with your requirements. 0800 HUGE LEAK
- Common Faults found on Gutters and Spouting
- Too few brackets
- Brackets too far apart
- Fascia rotten
- Expansion not taken in to consideration
- Not enough downpipes
- No fall or falling the wrong way
- Down pipes in the wrong place. For example a non plumber will put downpipes where there are no drains to take the storm water this is due to impoper fall in the spouting.
- Lack of maintenance. This causes blocked storwater drains and when gutters and spouting over flows sometimes water runs under the building.