At Prestige, we can supply trimline gutters and highline gutters anywhere in the UK that are folded to your specification.
Having our own fabricators on site means that our systems can be made to match the profile of your roof. As a result, we are able to provide solid support. It also means we can offer our customers total flexibility in the products available.
We can quickly supply you with a wide range of trimline gutters that are ideal for use with box profile sheets, composite insulated sheeting and corrugated profiles.
The products we supply are produced from pre-coated steel to provide maximum rainwater dispersal. Additionally, this helps to ensure long life and less corrosion. Why settle for an inferior product when you can go Prestige?
Being closely linked to the best manufacturers of trimline guttering, we can quickly source and deliver strong systems that are fast and easy to install. As a result, you can enjoy peace of mind that your job will be done quickly, and with less effort. Both trimline and highline gutters are designed for durability and are compatible with steel and tiled roofs.
What’s more, we can provide you with all the concealed trimline fixtures and fittings you will need to create that seamless finish.
Prestige provides quality products at competitive rates thanks to our close links to major manufacturers.
Best of all, we’ve made the purchasing process easy, which helps to make life easier for our customers. With many years’ experience in the trade, we co-ordinate your deliveries to help keep your project on track, on budget, and on time. Our national logistics network delivers the highline gutters and trimline gutters you need quickly, easily and cost-effectively.
Manufactured from pre-coated steel, trimline gutters and downpipes are primarily used to improve the visual appearance of an industrial building. Choosing highline gutters for a roofing system enhances a building in several ways. They are designed to give you a shadow line effect to provide more of an enhanced look.
Trimline gutters are not only cost-effective and easy to install, they can dramatically improve the look of a roof and are incredibly durable.
Highline gutters are deigned to hang from a box profile sheet and are usually the same thickness as the roof or wall sheets (0.7mm). Trimline gutters are formed by the inside leg being fixed to the underside of the box profile sheet. A gutter arm is then used to extend the crown for the sheet and supports the outside edge.
Box profile trimline gutters are, as the name suggests, either square or rectangular in shape. Box highline gutters can carry large amounts of water away from the roof and the main materials they are made from are galvanised steel, copper or aluminium.
As trimline gutters, they have a long lifespan since their shape makes them particularly resistant to strong wind, rain, snow and potential debris damage. Therefore, they tend to be the most practical solution for flat roofs and parapet walls.
There are several different types of box profile highline gutters to choose from depending on the application. Fabricated off site and supplied ready to fit, box profile trimline gutters are available in a wide range of sizes and can be custom-made to fit.
Trimline gutters are usually made from high quality galvanised steel or aluminium. They also come in a huge variety of high performance polyester powder coated colours and corrosive-resistant finishes including leather grain, HPS, Prisma (smooth) & Spectrum (smooth).
Kingspan highline gutters, as an example, are available in lengths of up to 6m and are quick and efficient to install. Highline gutters are also mostly membrane lined to offer roofs additional protection.
Trimline gutters are strong, economical gutter systems that are manufactured from strong tensile steel and so are designed to last for many years.
Most manufacturers of highline gutters offer a warranty of 20 to 25 years. However, to maintain a warranty, it’s important that trimline gutters are routinely inspected and maintained.
Close attention must be paid to any debris that has collected either within the gutter itself or the downpipes.
If you take good care of highline gutters, there’s no reason why they shouldn’t last many years beyond their initial guarantee period, especially if they are coated with the latest anti-corrosive treatments.