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Roofline & Rainwater Revamp for Residents

Roofline & Rainwater Revamp for Residents

Swish Building Products

Swish Roofline and rainwater products have been specified by Broadacres Housing Association for installation on over 350 homes. Black half-round gutters and round downpipes are being supplied alongside white fascias and soffits through a local stockist. This is the first time that the low maintenance building product manufacturer will be supplying the North Yorkshire-based housing association with components from its sustainable rainwater range. Broadacres conducts value for money reviews on its technical specifications prior to tendering for all planned maintenance projects and found that Swish Building Products offered high quality and best value products.
Conningbrook Lakes - Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel

Conningbrook Lakes - Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Conningbrook Lakes is a modern development of what will be over 300 new, state of the art homes, situated beside the beautiful lakes and rural scenery of Ashford, Kent.A timeless reimagining of the traditional Kentish village, a variety of homes to suit all tastes and lifestyles have been created using Alumasc Rainwater Infinity steel gutters and downpipes.Phil Lapping, Regional Sales Manager and Estimator at Gutterworks Limited, who supplied all rainwater management systems, said: “This beautiful new development deserves nothing less than the best.“Having been built to a high standard by Chartway Construction on behalf of Westerhill Homes and Latimer, it was specified that all water management was to maintain the overall look and feel of each property. On many of the houses there are modern stainless-steel balconies, therefore, to put plastic gutters and drainpipes on these houses, although functional, just wouldn’t look right.“Additionally, the environmental benefits of a steel system vastly outweigh that of a plastic system, which was an important factor in the decision-making process.”Alumasc Rainwater Infinity stainless steel gutters and drainpipes were the most natural choice.Finishing the houses to the best standard possible meant ensuring all accessories matched and upheld the high standards of Chartway Construction and Alumasc.Rainwater Infinity Steel was developed by Alumasc to offer a contemporary, eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to plastic gutters, that look sleek and have no risk of shrinking, leaking or colour fading.
David Austin Roses - Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel

David Austin Roses - Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

David Austin Roses, award winning rose growers and home of the National Rose Collection, has recently installed Alumasc Rainwater steel gutters and downpipes at its nursery tea rooms in Shrewsbury. Following a recent extension they wanted to give the property a new lease of life as the existing plastic rainwater was becoming unsightly and tired. Rainwater specialists Roweaver Developments Ltd recommended the perfect solution for David Austin Roses with Alumasc’s contemporary steel range. The replacement steel guttering complements the timber cladding of the building and fits in with the overall look of its well-kept gardens.
Lowena Kelys - Anthracite Grey Rainwater

Lowena Kelys - Anthracite Grey Rainwater

Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

Brett Martin’s Rainwater System in the new Anthracite Grey colour option was installed on four luxury homes in a new development near called Lowena Kelys, near St Agnes in Cornwall. The high specification homes, offering views of the Cornish coastline, required guttering to combine high capacity performance with a colour that matched both the windows and doors and the Deepstyle 115mm Gutter System and 68mm Round Downpipe in a gloss finish from Brett Martin’s Anthracite Grey range was able to satisfy the brief.
St Pancras International, London - Alumasc Rainwater Apex Cast Iron

St Pancras International, London - Alumasc Rainwater Apex Cast Iron

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Apex Heritage Cast Iron rainwater system from leading specialist Alumasc was commissioned as part of the £800 million extension and restoration of St Pancras International, London.The extension and interior of the station comprised all the modern facilities expected in Britain’s most advanced station, however, work on the oldest Grade 1 listed part of the station called for the faithful and painstaking restoration of the gothic red brick façade, to retain the original detail of George Gilbert Scott’s design.Existing rainwater systems, despite being almost 150 years old, were still in use. As part of the redevelopment project English Heritage insisted that any new rainwater details must faithfully reproduce the original patterns of the Victorian rainwater goods used when the station was first built. Alumasc worked closely with the main contractors to produce bespoke moulds, creating cast iron replicas of all the existing pipes and hoppers to take away rainwater from the vast single span roof, which is still the largest of its type in the world.
Machrihanish Golf Clubhouse - Alumasc Rainwater Aqualine & Flushjoint

Machrihanish Golf Clubhouse - Alumasc Rainwater Aqualine & Flushjoint

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

The new clubhouse of the Machrihanish Golf Course has had its water management upgraded thanks to the installation of two Alumasc Rainwater products: Aqualine Box Extruded Aluminium Gutter and Flushjoint Aluminium downpipesThe golf course, founded in 1876, recently had its clubhouse rebuilt after a fire in December 2018 destroyed the original building. Local contractor McKinven and Colville Ltd carried out the work on the new clubhouse which was designed by G1 Architects. The building offers unparalleled panoramic views across the Championship and Pans courses.“For this project, two Rainwater products, Aqualine Box and Flushjoint were specified and installed for the new clubhouse on the golf course,” said Nicola McGowan, Area Sales Manager, Scotland. “It’s an elegant, modern building with stunning views over the Atlantic.“The Aqualine Box Extruded Aluminium Gutter and Flushjoint downpipes were chosen for their sleek, modern design, and durable, non-corrodible features.”
Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater Chosen for Refurbishment of 19th Century Former Vicarage

Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater Chosen for Refurbishment of 19th Century Former Vicarage

Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

The refurbishment of this 19th century former vicarage on the banks of the Thames required the specification of carefully chosen materials to respect the character of the award-winning property in Isleworth. To meet the rainwater requirements, Brett Martin’s High Capacity Cascade Rainwater System was specified with the addition of Cascade cast iron effect Hoppers for added visual effect.
Broomfield Primary School - Alumasc Rainwater GX & Flushjoint

Broomfield Primary School - Alumasc Rainwater GX & Flushjoint

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Excellent service and communication sees Broomfield Primary School extension completed on time with AlumascBroomfield Primary School in Essex has benefitted from multiple water management installations from Alumasc to complete its brand-new extension. These included Skyline aluminium Fascia and Soffits, GX pressed aluminium box gutters and Flushjoint aluminium downpipes.The specification of the integrated ‘Rain to Drain’ Alumasc Skyline and Rainwater ranges came as a result of Alumasc’s highly regarded product offer and strong working relationship with subcontractor on the project, Ipswich based Specialised Fixings Ltd.John Hemphill, Technical Sales Manager at Alumasc, explained: “Specialised Fixings is one of our Alumasc recommended installers that we have collaborated with on many projects.“This good working relationship which hinges on a high level of communication and readily available service and support from our products and technical teams, is what ensured we finished this project on time, to the highest specification.“Meeting deadlines can be a challenge for some ambitious projects, but certainly this year it has been for the whole industry!John continued: “We are very proud that our Alumasc Technical Services and Technical Sales Managers are able to provide such in depth help and support to our recommended installers and subcontractors, which benefits them out in the marketplace."
Stowford Mill, Devon - Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel

Stowford Mill, Devon - Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Stowford Mill, built in 1787, is one of Devon’s oldest historic industrial sites to still be expanding.Because of its iconic features and characteristic atmosphere, Stowford Mill has long been established as one of the trendiest places to work, eat and shop, bringing commerce and prosperity to the surrounding area, and forcing the town to expand to make room for tourists who just never wanted to leave.Part of this expansion will eventually include Burrington Estates’ eight-acre vibrant community of contemporary new homes. This new development, for which the main contractor is URBN, is due for completion in 2023.Started in March 2018, the existing homes already include Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel gutters and downpipes, specified to provide eco-friendly, discreet and resilient water management that will last. Crucially, this system was favoured to the use of plastic systems, to meet the demand for a readily available product that was both environmentally- and price-conscious.As the new development creates a unique new environment in which to live, work and relax in the midst of the historic area, the most important part of the project was to keep the best of the stunning architectural heritage already there, whilst finding innovative ways to incorporate the latest modern building design. Helping to bridge this gap between the historic and the modern, AWMS offered a solution.“Alumasc systems were chosen as it was the project’s requirements to specifically use steel for gutters and downpipes,” David Loader, Key Account Manager at Alumasc, explained.
Former Holmlea Primary School, Glasgow - Alumasc Rainwater Heritage Cast Aluminium

Former Holmlea Primary School, Glasgow - Alumasc Rainwater Heritage Cast Aluminium

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

The former Holmlea Primary School is one of Glasgow’s most distinctive residential developments, comprising Alumasc’s Heritage Cast Aluminium rainwater system, in a remarkable blend of conservation and new build construction.Originally designed by Andrew Balfour and opened in 1908, the school formally closed in 2004 and the site was disused for 15 years before finally finding a new owner in Home Group. The developer purchased the site with the intention of repurposing both the original school building and the janitor’s house, which is Category B Listed, for rented housing, and the all-new construction of an extension and two new blocks. In total, the redevelopment presents a total of 49 homes, in a mix of social and affordable rent.Architects on the project Anderson Bell + Christie worked closely with Historic Environment Scotland to deliver a sympathetic restoration and addition to the existing building, to bring the building back into use and provide much needed housing to the area.
Cast Iron Rainwater and Drain Outlet Cowl

Cast Iron Rainwater and Drain Outlet Cowl

Cast Iron Air Brick Company

Before there was an open, 4" (100mm) diameter pipe that drained water from the back of this Devon farm house into the yard. Apart from an open pipe, which never looks good on a listed building, when it rained heavily there was water gushing out across the road causing havoc to any cars parked nearby. With the installation of the cast iron cowled conservation vent now the water is deflected downwards and the opening is no longer open to the elements and in eye line. With a choice of 100mm or 125mm spigots this cowled vent has many uses
Bovingdon High Street - Alumasc Skyline Fascia, Soffit & Coping, Rainwater AX & Swaged

Bovingdon High Street - Alumasc Skyline Fascia, Soffit & Coping, Rainwater AX & Swaged

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Integrated Alumasc Water Management Solutions specified on new mixed-use development.The site of a derelict petrol station located in the historical town of Hemel Hempstead has recently been transformed into a new retail and residential development.Bovingdon High Street now features eight brand new apartments and a new Tesco express outlet, bringing new life into the once disused space near the town centre.The unique design of the site coupled with the number of dwellings planned, saw a number of challenging design factors for the project, including curved roofs and the need for soffits within a confined space.This is where Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS) come into their own, offering a complete solution. An integrated Skyline and Rainwater offering was specified across the development, including Skyline’s bespoke aluminium fascia, soffits & copings. AX moulded extruded gutter systems with combined Swaged downpipes where also part of the final specification. All finished in a BBA approved, polyester powder coated finish, the final look achieved demonstrates understated quality, in dusty grey colour (RAL 7037) specifically to match the windows and balconies on the project.“Thankfully we were consulted early in the project, which is where we are most effective,” commented John Hemphill, Skyline Technical Sales Manager, who worked on the project.“We had a number of site meetings, which resulted in designing and submitting CAD and 3D drawings in order to ensure the project was delivered on time.”
Cascade Strikes a Balance Between Old and New at Hampton Grange Development in Bromley

Cascade Strikes a Balance Between Old and New at Hampton Grange Development in Bromley

Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

Specifying a rainwater system at a development of luxury homes and for the conversion of a Grade II listed school into apartments required careful consideration to meet the aesthetic needs of the developer whilst respecting the character of the former listed school. Brett Martin’s Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater System met the challenge by offering a cost-effective, high capacity rainwater solution which had the look and feel of cast iron whilst providing the long-term benefits of plastic.
Swish Building Products Seals the Deal with ALMO

Swish Building Products Seals the Deal with ALMO

Swish Building Products

Swish Building Products has been named roofline and rainwater supplier for a rolling refurbishment programme by ALMO, Your Homes Newcastle (YHN). Supplied and installed by Swish Approved Installer JDP Contracting Services, the Swish roofline and rainwater systems will be installed on around 500 homes per year. Swish’s Sustainable Rainwater products contain up to 84% recycled content, a combination of old windows and guttering systems. This can save up to 70% in CO2 output during the production process when compared to 100% virgin material. The recycled material is grey and is co-extruded with an outer skin of virgin material.
Cascade Chosen for Nine Home Development in Hampshire Conservation Area

Cascade Chosen for Nine Home Development in Hampshire Conservation Area

Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

The Cascade Cast Iron Style Rainwater System was specified for Crocks Farm - a nine home development in the village of Bentley conservation area. This part new build, part refurbishment required a cost-effective rainwater solution which offered the aesthetics of cast iron, to conserve and enhance the character of the area, whilst also offering the benefits of a plastic material.
Cascade Helps Transform Post-War Home in Bournemouth

Cascade Helps Transform Post-War Home in Bournemouth

Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

The choice of materials was key to achieving the architectural appearance of this extended property in Bournemouth as the perfect rainwater solution, perfectly complementing the historical ‘arts and crafts’ aesthetics of the post-war home. Cascade is so close in detail to genuine cast iron rainwater that it was difficult to tell the difference even from close range and this combined with its exceptional performance prompted the architects to specify Cascade for this project.
Dales Balcony Soffit Cladding used on Acton Gardens Regeneration

Dales Balcony Soffit Cladding used on Acton Gardens Regeneration

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

Location: Acton, London Project Type: Housing Development Cost: £160m Product: Balcony Soffit Cladding, Meridian Copings, 101.6 Dia & 76.2 Dia Contemporary Rainwater Finish: Interpon YW255F Golden Beach (Balcony Soffits), RAL 7016 Matt (Meridian Copings & Rainwater Pipes) Client: Countryside Properties Plc Architects: A&Q Partnership (London) Limited Main Contractor: Countryside Properties Plc Sub Contractor: Roweaver Developments Ltd
Bingham Methodist Church

Bingham Methodist Church

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

Meridian Coping Curved to 2-Radii: Aluminium Fascia soffit: Monocoque Support : Hidden Gutter & Contempoary Diameter Rainwater Pipe. Location: Bingham, Nottinghamshire Project Type: Eccleasiastical Development Cost: £1.6m Product: Meridian Coping Curved to 2-Radii: Aluminium Fascia Soffit; Monocoque Support System: Hidden Gutter & Contemporay Diameter rainwater Pipe Finish: RAL 7043 Matt Client: Bingham Methodist Church Architect: Allan Joyce Architects Main Contractor
The Lanesborough Hotel - London

The Lanesborough Hotel - London

Fixfast Ltd

All the rainwater outlets on the roof were in need of replacement, and Holborn Asphalt needed a simple, effective solution that would be compatible with the waterproofing membrane that they were installing.
MAPLEFIELDS SCHOOL

MAPLEFIELDS SCHOOL

Tata Steel

With RoofDek as the structural deck, the school’s roofs feature rainwater harvesting, high levels of thermal insulation, natural ventilation, green sedum roofs and solar thermal panels.
Gardens Sorted

Gardens Sorted

Lindab Ltd

Eco conscious barn conversion Landscape Design company Gardens Sorted specialise in renovation and bespoke garden installations. This project is a former farmyard and threshing barn conversion, the brief was to follow sustainable principles, the artifacts used around the garden are largely reclaimed, reused or recycled agricultural items.The client gardens by organic principles therefore the need for non-PVC galvanised rainwater goods was paramount. Chris Bligh, designer and installer at Gardens Sorted describes the installation: ”The rainwater solution required the high roof gutters to be deep profile, maintenance free, non-blocking outlets, and a long elegant downpipe into the storn water drain accross the yard. The addition of a rainwater diverter at the lower section afforded connection to a pressure water hose under grounded to two bends emptying into a reclaimed galvanised water tank. The hose is always full of water to the height of the tank. The important value of this is that the client can then dunk a large watering can into the deep water at waist height.” Chris adds that Lindab’s Rainline products are very good and he was grateful for a high standard of customer service.
Duke Street Apartments, London - Alumasc Heritage Cast Aluminium & Apex Cast Iron

Duke Street Apartments, London - Alumasc Heritage Cast Aluminium & Apex Cast Iron

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Set in the heart of the West End, Duke Street is a high end area of commercialised buildings and expensive flats. Some of the listed properties on the street date back as early as the 18th century. Alumasc Rainwater’s range fitted perfectly in this setting. Painted Cast Iron and Heritage Cast Aluminium were specified by Latitude Architects.“The main objective was to provide and produce material as close to the original,” says Alumasc Rainwater. “Bespoke castellated guttering was installed with special curled ear belts to secure the pipes. Together they provided an exact replication of style to the original. We also custom-made guttering that was designed to fit at a specific angle and level of the building.”
Porous, all weather car park surface for large brewery

Porous, all weather car park surface for large brewery

Tarmac

A new 4,000m2 staff car park was required for this large brewery in Monmouthshire. Sustainable water management was a key priority for the client. As a result they had specified full infiltration porous construction that would allow rainwater to soak into the pavement, before being slowly released into the ground. This would help to reduce the rapid runoff which can cause local drainage systems to be overloaded after heavy rainfall. The new ULTIDRIVE POROUS surface provided a safe, all-weather parking area which would avoid surface water after heavy rainfall and formation of ice during the winter. It also met the client’s sustainability requirements by helping to manage rainwater at source and control its release into the surrounding environment.
Townley Grammar School

Townley Grammar School

Briggs Amasco Ltd

This was a complex new build project which presented significant detailing problems involving the design and installation, of cappings, soffits, and fascia boards, plus the external rainwater pipe system, all of which became a major element of the roofing work.
Grant House

Grant House

Lindab Ltd

Magestic match for larch claddingThis larch cladded, timber frame construction sits within a beautiful silver birch woodland site in the north of Scotland. A galvanised rainwater system was selected for the one and a half storey, two bedroom detached house by architect David Dittman. Client, Kevin Grant, says, "Rainline was specified by our architect, however, I have seen it used extensively in the area and was particularly keen to have it myself anyway". Local contractor MacGillivray Construction was used for the build, the rainwater system was purchased through online merchant Roofing Superstore. The client was pleased with the product and submitted the project as an entry to our My Rainline competition. Mr Grant has since built a garage and will be installing a matching Rainline system himself.
GreenCoat PLX Pural Metallic Dark Silver - Private Residence, Killearn

GreenCoat PLX Pural Metallic Dark Silver - Private Residence, Killearn

Metal Solutions Limited

GreenCoat PLX Pural BT from steel manufacturer SSAB. Highly durable GreenCoat products feature a bio-based coating whereby a substantial portion of Swedish rapeseed oil replaces the dependency on fossil fuel oils. A patented solution reducing the environmental footprint making GreenCoat the market’s greenest steel for roofs and façades. This formable steel can be worked at temperatures below -15°C and is backed up by a 50-year technical guarantee. GreenLine® colour matched rainwater goods are made from GreenCoat RWS and offer the perfect finish to any project large or small. Easy to install using rubber sealed connection joints. GreenLine® rainwater goods are offered with a 30-year guarantee.
Stapehill Abbey Transformation

Stapehill Abbey Transformation

Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

For this 19th century, Grade II listed abbey, the Cascade cast iron style rainwater system met the specification for performance, aesthetic appeal and cost effectiveness, to transform this unique project into forty-seven luxury homes.The developer, Ankers and Rawlings, were committed to retaining many of the abbey’s original period features. To meet these requirements Scott Worsfold Associates specified the Cascade rainwater system as it had all the aesthetics of cast iron, whilst offering all the benefits of plastic materials in terms of cost-effectiveness, low maintenance and easy installation.With a variety of roof sizes and gutter capacity requirements at the abbey, Cascade was supplied in both Deepstyle 115mm gutters with 68mm downpipes and Deepstyle 170mm with 105mm downpipes. A number of Ogee style and Dated hoppers with the year 2017 were also specified for various buildings. 
Royal Garden Hotel

Royal Garden Hotel

Fixfast Ltd

Fixfast supplied a complete package here, not on the drains and guards but all the fasteners required for fixing the roofing system. For this project, Fixfast also helped by providing the necessary rainwater calculations required to complete the project, ensuring the efficient and reliable drainage expected of the FarBo range once installed
Delivering elegance through biophilic design

Delivering elegance through biophilic design

ACO Technologies plc

Tasked with designing a residential extension that blurred the distinction between inside and out, One-World Design embraced the challenge to deliver a multi-award-winning project in the heart of Wandsworth. Here, we take a look at how biophilic design and using rainwater as part of the solution resulted in a visually-striking home extension.
Lindab Guttering At Home

Lindab Guttering At Home

Lindab Ltd

The challenge was to make the homes as sustainable as possible, with an array of environmental specifications, whilst also working within increasingly tight budgets. Denovo say, “Mild steel rainwater goods were specified because they need no maintenance, are more durable, much stronger in resisting snow loading than plastic, have the lowest carbon footprint and are 100% recyclable.”
Sustainable services - Gloucester Gateway

Sustainable services - Gloucester Gateway

ACO Technologies plc

The Gloucester Gateway M5 motorway services created a new sustainable standard in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The structures are built into the undulating hills softened with organic forms and green roofs. An ambitious landscaping solution required ACO to create a Sustainable Drainage System controlling rainwater run-off, while providing a high-quality habitat for wildlife to flourish.
Teddington School

Teddington School

Briggs Amasco Ltd

Teddington School is situated on the banks of the Thames in, southwest London and was developed under the governments BSF scheme. The project comprises a large central roof weathered with a single ply membrane applied over an engineered structural timber deck, surrounded by inverted roof areas with ballast or paving. At the front of the building we installed a series of large diameter feature rainwater downpipes.
Mission Critical Green Roof

Mission Critical Green Roof

MOY

Green roofs have many benefits at economic, ecological and societal levels. A Green roof provides a rainwater buffer, purifies the air, reduces the ambient temperature, regulates the indoor temperature, saves energy and encourages biodiversity in the region. Green roofs are part of climate-proof construction and at MOY we have the experience and expertise in delivering green roof solutions to mission critical facilities.
Wimbledon Centre Court - Alumasc Skyline Soffit

Wimbledon Centre Court - Alumasc Skyline Soffit

Alumasc Water Management Solutions

Skyline fascia soffits from architectural rainwater specialists Alumasc, have been used for the extensive refurbishment of The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon.Driven by the need to enable all-weather play, renovation of the legendary Centre Court included a state-of-the-art retractable roof. From the outset, Alumasc worked closely with Architects Populous of London, on the massive six-year undertaking which resulted in one of Alumasc’s largest rainwater product installations to date. Alumasc’s Skyline soffit system was specified for the underside canopy of the stadium bowl, in order to meet the demanding performance requirements for the arena’s ceiling cladding. 6000 individual soffit modules were supplied, in 80 varying profiles and sizes, totalling an impressive 6500m² of aluminium and associated fittings. Dedication to client support was priority, with Alumasc attending numerous site meetings and manning extra shifts in order to accommodate workload and deadlines. Alumasc’s premium level of technical assistance involved the provision of full product mock-ups prior to manufacture and regular testing of the Skyline system throughout the construction process, to ensure compliance with the client’s requirements at all times.
Bermondsey Square Hotel

Bermondsey Square Hotel

Fixfast Ltd

The area of Bermondsey Spa in South London was a vast development project in 2017 and 2018, the Bermondsey Square Hotel being a focal point of the area. As well as assisting with various applications for the projects, Fixfast helped with site visits and rainwater calculations to ascertain the needed level of roof drainage. Having swiftly answered these requirements, Fixfast then supplied many of the well proven FarBo roof outlets together with leaf guards to ensure the longevity of the roof areas.
Elliptical Bullnose Aluminium Fascia and Soffit Panels for Housing in Southampton

Elliptical Bullnose Aluminium Fascia and Soffit Panels for Housing in Southampton

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

A stunning multi-storey development of one and two bedroom contemporary apartments at Empress Heights in Southampton for Crest Nicholson, designed by HNW Architects boasts bespoke aluminium bullnose fascia soffits, with integral gutter and monocoque support, as well as aluminium rainwater pipes, all designed and manufactured by Dales Fabrications - the UK's leading manufacturers of aluminium eaves products - and expertly fitted to a high quality standard by Dales' Preferred Fixers: Roweaver Developments Limited.

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