For both installations and replacements, we make a first visit to advise you on how to solve the issues you may be encountering. We assess the surface of the roof and measure the outside walls and the slope required for the rain to flow freely.
We determine the gutter overall shape and dimensions based on the house plan, and time our work to fit into the build schedule.
Available in 25 colours, they are lightweight and are our most affordable material. Their plain finish blends well with any architectural style.See all 25 colours
Unlike aluminium, zinc does not require any paint and develops a protective patina that prevents corrosion. If your house is by the sea, keep in mind that zinc is vulnerable to seawater.
The ideal complement to old bastides and authentic village houses, copper gutters are like good wine: bright and shiny when they are first installed, they develop a charming verdigris patina over time. Copper is known to last over a century and holds up to extreme weather, and salt air.
We source our lacquered aluminium at Gutterfrance, the leading French manufacturer of aluminium reels for gutters. Their material complies with the requirements of the ECCA (European Coil Coating Association) and offers optimal resistance to corrosion and pollution, as well as over 20 years of life expectancy.
The most popular shape, it is perfect for both traditional and contemporary properties. Its smooth curve enables the rain to run smoothly down and into the centre of the downpipe.
The shape is inspired from the 19th century and blends nicely with old properties. It can also add an air of tradition to contemporary architecture.
They extend the lifetime of the outside walls by avoiding black streaks forming
They reduce water seeping in the basement or crawl space
They stop the soil eroding and the terrace cracking around the house
They add value and beauty to a house
They reduce the noise generated by the roof runoff