Steel Gutter Installation Instructions
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Gutter Supplies 135mm Galvanised Steel Gutter is one of the most popular systems that we sell. The smooth, metallic finish produced by adding chromium during the finishing process ensures that this product looks equally at home on modern and traditional buildings alike. The large capacity of the 135mm system also makes it ideal for use on larger or steeper roofs. Galvanised gutter was once confined to continental Europe where it has always led the market, but in recent times it has been become more and more popular in the UK, to the point where it is now the fastest growing guttering material. Steel is a relatively lightweight but naturally strong material, making an ideal building product to use where durability and low maintenance is a key requirement.
Please note when comparing prices - our angles come with seals and do not require additional unions like most other systems.
Code: LUX135UB Size: 135mm Brand: Galeco
Code: LUX13590I Size: 135mm Brand: Galeco
Code: LUX135135I Size: 26.5cm x 15.5cm x10 m (L x W x H) Brand: Galeco
Code: LUX135IADJ Size: 135mm Brand: Galeco
Code: LUX13590E Size: 135mm Brand: Galeco
Code: LUX135ADJ Size: 135mm Brand: Galeco
Code: LUX90B60 Size: 87mm Brand: Galeco
Code: LUXSCREW100 Size: 100mm Brand: Galeco
When pricing our Steel system against our competitors, make sure that you weigh up all the hidden costs!
Learn how you can save time on site by using Galeco's steel gutter unions with brackets by watching this short video.
This video explains how the Galeco steel gutter can be used without additional unions; find out what else it has to offer in this short video.
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