H D Sharman offers guttering waterproofing system
H D Sharman
Rubberised Plygene Gutterline
H D Sharman's Rubberised Plygene Gutterline is a waterproofing system to prevent leaking of gutters and joint failure.
H D Sharman's patented Rubberised Plygene material withstands temperature change and building movement.
Gutterline waterproofing system can be used on virtually any type of building and profile of gutter.
All Gutterline is made-to-measure for every project and is supplied in a one-piece, joint-free roll.
The complete Gutterline programme includes: all sizes of outlets; bespoke corners; junctions; weirs; overflows; side boxes; stop ends; boundary joints and can also be used with syphonic outlets.
A Gutterline secondary gutter system is available for buildings that incorporate Finlock style sectional concrete gutters such as many public sector housing stock buildings.
H D Sharman will b showing the Gutterline system at stand number 05-E30 at this year's Interbuild.
H D Sharman's Rubberised Plygene Gutterline system has resolved a leaking gutter problem on an aircraft maintenance hanger at Manchester Airport.
H D Sharman presents a video demonstration of the Rubberised Plygene Gutterline system available on the company's website.
West London Industrial Roofing and Building Services have recommended H D Sharman's Rubberised Plygene Gutterline for the redevelopment at Twickenham South Stand.
Refurbishment of The Hermitage, built in 1863 and now part of the Solihull Community Housing portfolio, aimed to retaining the buildings original character. Swish Building Products were specified, using their standard decorative UPVC profile range to replicate the original ornate roofline but also provide high performance and low maintenance. Swish rainwater products, manufactured from 84% recycled material, were also specified.
Alumasc Rainwater has launched its AX Extruded Aluminium Gutter System as an alternative to uPVC. Manufactured from 100% recyclable aluminium, the new guttering is designed to be highly corrosion resistant, with a life expectancy of up to 40 years.