This customer in Surrey made his purchase of 115mm half round gutters with 80mm round downpipes in Copper on the website without any assistance. But when we saw the size of the order we gave him a call anyway – just to make sure he had found everthing he needed. The rafter brackets ordered were replaced with fasica brackets but otherwise he was most satisfied with the experience.

“I must say I was quite nervous spending close to 4K on a product sight unseen, but this is clearly a very high-quality product and can’t wait until it’s installed… The components are solid and beautifully manufactured. Top notch. I have also been impressed by the follow up calls… It’s been a pleasure dealing with your company.
Thank you,

Copper is often overlooked or not even considered for rainwater systems in the UK. This is, in part, due to its fairly low use in the UK in the past. Copper has been much more widely used in other countries and has a proven track record of longevity – almost the most durable of all materials – even exposed to harsh marine environments, or to run off from wood shingles, copper performs incredibly well. Copper is not only durable but also offers a stunning aesthetic choice which just cannot be matched by other materials.
Consumers looking at the long-term impact on the environment recogniseit makes sense to put up something that won’t need replacing for 50+ years.

The customer in this case knew what he needed and went ahead and placed the order online without asking for help but if you want it you can access the experience and knowledge of the friendly sales team at Infinity Galvanised Steel by geting in touch by phone on 0800 644 44 28 or email .

We can help make things easier with take-offs from architects drawings and same day quotes.

A little bit of drone footage from the finished project…

Material & Profile:

115mm Half-Round, Copper Gutters with 80mm Round Downpipes


The colours of Copper as it ages

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