Box Gutter Experts

Over the years we have become experts at designing, installing and maintaining box gutters, primarily for commercial premises. Whether it’s a full project or you require a leak to be fixed, we are on-hand to support and solve. With our expertise, you can rest assured we work to the highest standard, minimising the cost of on-going maintenance.

What is box guttering?

Much like it says on the tin, a box gutter is named so due to its ‘boxy’ shape. You will find that a box gutter is typically trapped between two roofs to allow for rainwater to be fed through. It is also used on commercial premises where it serves as an excellent drainage solution, preventing leaks and damage. A good box gutter design will have sumps to collect the water before it is fed into large downpipes (you will often find an overflow facility on the side or at the end to help protect the premises). Get in touch using the button below to ask a question or request a survey.

Box Gutter Services



Our Box Gutter Services

The key box gutter services we provide

  • Leak repairs
  • Clearing
  • Relining
  • Design
  • Installation
  • General maintenance
  • Overflow repair
  • Drainage
  • Weatherproofing
  • Disposal

Box Gutter Materials

Examples of materials we work with

  • Aluminium
  • Zinc
  • Copper
  • Metal
  • Stainless steel
  • Lead
  • EDPM/Rubber

Box Gutter Removal

Can box gutters be removed?

With flat, larger & complex roofs, parapet walls and other architectural buildings, rainwater doesn’t always drain effectively to the external perimeter of a roof. Therefore, in these circumstances, a box gutter is the only viable option. It is common to have a box gutter roof when two buildings are close by or the structure isn’t ‘straightforward’.

Box Gutter Maintenance

Are box gutters expensive?

Box gutters can prove to be exceptionally costly if not adequately installed and maintained correctly. The cost of installation tends to be greater than eaves gutters for example due to higher material cost and installation requirements. However, regular maintenance by a specialist keep repair costs down and help prevent wider issues. Use the button below to find out how we can help.