Alumasc Rainwater has improved the lead times on its Polyester Powder Coated (PPC) Heritage Cast Aluminium gutters and downpipes from ten to seven working days.
Suitable for both traditional and contemporary buildings, Alumasc Rainwater’s Heritage Cast gutters and downpipes are a cost effective alternative to Cast Iron. The range is lightweight, easy to hand and durable with a life expectancy of 40 years.
The fully-recyclable product benefits from a BBA Approved polyester powder coating, and leads with a choice of 26 standard colours. Any BS or RAL colour is available to special order.
National Sales Manager Pete Wainer commented: “In an increasingly competitive market, it’s important we give our customers the best in choice and availability. This latest development confirms our ongoing commitment to improving our systems and processes so merchants get the products they need as quickly as possible.”
Pete Wainer added: “Our Heritage Cast Aluminium range is a specification driven product and the improved lead time ensures contractors can complete their job in even quicker timescales. The range is ideal for contractors looking for a reliable and easy to install metal rainwater solution, and our unique and wide choice of colours means we can service projects on an order by order basis.”
Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401
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