Gutterline, the proven choice for Roofing Consultants

Roofing Consultants undertake a substantial gutter refurbishment for an electrical and industrial component distributor in Nuneaton using HD Sharman's Gutterline system

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When Roofing Consultants was tasked with providing a long-term solution to stop the gutters of an electrical and industrial component distributor's building in Nuneaton from leaking, they knew that Gutterline was the right solution. “Our team had a short timescale of just four to six weeks and we needed a solution that would immediately resolve the issue of leaking gutters with minimal disruption,” explained Roofing Consultants’ managing director Richard Lennon.

“Having incorporated Plygene Gutterline within our specifications for many years, we knew first-hand that the solution was ideal because of its flexibility, ease of installation and 25-year guarantee.”

As Gutterline is made to measure, Roofing Consultants knew that it would fit into the variety of situations at the distribution centre. A challenge of the project was the complexity of the syphonic system. However, because the Roofing Consultants team had already completed the free training course at HD Sharman, the installation was straight forward.

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Since the installation of Gutterline does not require structural work, the contract was undertaken with minimal disruption to the business - allowing Roofing Consultants to keep within its tight timeframe.  

“HD Sharman was proactive in keeping the project flowing with a phased schedule of deliveries throughout,” concluded Lennon.

Plygene Gutterline is the only product of its type to be approved by the BBA and carries an industry-leading 25-year guarantee. 

For more information and technical support visit: www.hdsharman.co.uk

 

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info@hdsharman.co.uk

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