Deepstyle Gutter

Deeppstyle guttering will carry higher volumes of rainwater for larger roofs, or to reduce the number of downpipe runs. We also offer an extensive selection of industrial guttering.

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  • Is deep flow guttering better?
    Deep flow guttering is generally considered to be better than standard guttering because it can handle a larger volume of water and is less likely to overflow during heavy rainfall. However, it may be more expensive to install initially, so it's important to weigh the benefits against the cost.
  • Does deep flow guttering need a fall?
    Yes, deep flow guttering does need a fall. The fall ensures that water flows towards the downpipe and prevents water from pooling in the gutter. The recommended fall for deep flow guttering is typically 1:600, which means that for every 600mm of guttering, there should be a 1mm fall towards the downpipe.
  • What size is a deepflow gutter?
    Deepflow gutters typically come in two sizes: 115mm and 125mm. However, it's always best to check with the manufacturer or supplier to ensure you get the correct size for your specific needs
  • Why use deep flow guttering?
    Deep flow guttering is designed to handle larger volumes of water, making it ideal for areas with heavy rainfall. It also has a larger capacity for debris, reducing the need for frequent cleaning. Additionally, deep flow guttering can add a sleek and modern look to your home's exterior.
  • How many downpipes should a gutter have?
    The number of downpipes required for a gutter system depends on the size of the roof and the amount of rainfall in the area. As a general rule, there should be one downpipe for every 10 metres of guttering. However, if you live in an area with heavy rainfall, you may need more downpipes to prevent overflow and damage to your home. It's best to consult with a professional gutter installer to determine the appropriate number of downpipes for your specific situation.