Advancement in GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester, or fibreglass) products means customers have access to tidy, durable and cost-effective guttering. Here’s the main types of GRP guttering you may need for your property.
GRP pre-formed valleys are quicker and easier to install than traditional lead valleys, and they’re a more affordable option too.
Using this system, two different roofing materials can be joined seamlessly with complete weather protection. Bonding gutters are a particularly effective option when a terraced roof (ie a roof that sits between adjacent roofs) is being replaced.
With this preformed GRP gutter, roof materials can meet an abutment without a need for lead soakers. This creates a neat, seamless and cost-effective finish.
Find out more about GRP – contact Summit Roofing Solutions now.