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Rise And Fall Bracket

Code: RF1
£6.84
inc.VAT
£5.70 ex.VAT
Was £7.60
£6.84
inc.VAT
£5.70 ex.VAT
Was £7.60
£6.84
inc.VAT
£5.70 ex.VAT
Was £7.60

Our Half Round Gutter & Fittings are manufactured by UK market leaders FloPlast.

Rise and Fall Brackets are used in instances where there is no fascia board, commonly barns and country houses, and should be utilised in conjunction with normal Fascia Brackets.
 
The bracket is essentially a metal arm that is driven (or more usually mortared) into the brickwork at the eaves. A second angle section is then adjusted up or down using locknuts on a threaded bar. A standard fascia bracket is then fixed to this angle section using the wing nut and bolt (supplied).
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  • Weight 3.809kg
  • Product Code RF1
  • Brand Name FloPlast
  • Colour Steel
  • EAN Code 5055149904660
  • Dimensions H340mm x W280mm x D80mm
  • Material Galvanised Steel
  • Guarantee 10 Years Manufacturers
  • Specification BS EN 12200 / BS EN 607

Your Questions

Do I Need a Fascia Bracket on Either Side of a Fitting?

Do I Need a Fascia Bracket on Either Side of a Fitting?

Where should fascia brackets be installed other than in a straight run of gutter? If you are unsure then read on!

How Far Apart Should Fascia Brackets Be Fixed?

How Far Apart Should Fascia Brackets Be Fixed?

Did you know that the spacing of Fascia Brackets varies depending upon which system is used? Read on for more details.

Which Gutter Adaptor do I need?

Which Gutter Adaptor do I need?

Joining two different gutter systems together can be problematic. Our easy reference table provides all the information needed.

What are the dimensions of your Hoppers?

What are the dimensions of your Hoppers?

Hoppers come in all shapes and sizes. This guide details the exact dimension of all of the PVC Hoppers that we stock.

How Far into the Gutter should Roof Tiles / Slates Project?

How Far into the Gutter should Roof Tiles / Slates Project?

Gutters must be positioned correctly in relation to tiles and slates to catch the run-off from the roof. Click for more details.

Stopends - External or Internal?

Stopends - External or Internal?

It is important to understand the difference between the two types of Stopends, including where to use each fitting.

How does the Downpipe connect to the Guttering?

How does the Downpipe connect to the Guttering?

This can be a little confusing if it is your first time installing a gutter system. Click here for the solution.

How do I connect my Downpipes to the Underground Drainage?

How do I connect my Downpipes to the Underground Drainage?

There are many different adaptors available to connect rainwater pipes to underground drainage. Our recommendation can be found here.

My roof does not have a Fascia Board- How do I support the gutter?

My roof does not have a Fascia Board- How do I support the gutter?

There a number of ways to get over this problem by using a variety of different metal rafter brackets as detailed.

Do I need to use silicon sealant on normal PVC gutter joints?

Do I need to use silicon sealant on normal PVC gutter joints?

This is a question that we are often asked. Read on for some useful tips on how to make gutter joints permanently watertight.