Swish guttering and downpipes systems complement details of contemporary and traditional architecture

  • 5 Jun 2017

Swish Building Products believe that great attention should be paid to detail and offers a range of guttering and downpipe systems for housing commercial and industrial applications, all designed to complement the nuances of contemporary and traditional architecture.

The slick minimalist lines of round, ogee, square and deep section gutter profiles work well on houses designed for modern lifestyles in new build as well as refurbishment projects.

Swish also has a range of PVC rainwater goods in designs that reflect the old-world of cast iron guttering and pipework, for more traditional detail.

Swish cast iron style rainwater goods are authentic reproductions of original designs, accurately made in all the traditional profiles, sections and sizes and with a surface texture that makes them highly appealing and cost effective alternatives to the more expensive real thing.

Swish cast iron effect guttering

Swish’s “cast iron” range was developed as a result of extensive trade and consumer research. Attention to detailing of bracketry and fixings and high quality surface finish were front of mind in the development of the range.

Strength, durability and authentic appearance of all components, right down to small caps designed to cover wall fixings, make the system the ideal choice where traditional architectural styles need to be followed.

The spray applied coating applied to all components is permanently bonded during manufacture, ensuring each retains the ductile qualities associated with all Swish rainwater goods.

The range of cast iron reproduction rainwater goods comes with a 10 year guarantee is available in black semi-gloss finish, in ogee, half round and deep-flow gutter profiles, together with square and round section down pipes and associated fittings.

Contact:

Swish Building Products,
Pioneer House, Mariner,
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate,
Tamworth,
Staffordshire,
B79 7TF

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