Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Rainwater hoppers and down pipes at the Cadbury Quarter

A tasty project for Bristol’s Chocolate Quarter

By |July 27th, 2017|

Guttercrest have supplied over 100 large cast rainwater hopper heads, each with personalised name plates and over 700m of aluminium downpipes to the £60m redevelopment of the old Cadbury factory site in Keynsham, Bristol.

An important part of Bristol’s industrial history once housing a 5,000 strong workforce, the now redundant Somerdale site was one of Bristol’s […]

  • pink gutter close-up

Pink is the new black

By |July 10th, 2017|

A London home has added a pop of colour with the addition of some hot pink rainwater products from specialist firm Guttercrest.

A single section of hot pink has enhanced the rear of the newly renovated property. The colourful hopper, piping, foot piece and coordinating clips sit on a modern kitchen extension.

The ‘unapologetic splashes of colour’ […]

  • Capture

Case Study: Manchester Metropolitan University Library

By |July 3rd, 2017|

Manchester Metropolitan University’s All Saints Library has undergone a refurbishment, using over 450 metres of fascia and wall coping from Guttercrest.

Built in 1972, Sir Kenneth Green Library occupies five floors in the All Saints building on Oxford Road and is just 15 minutes’ walk from Manchester city centre. The library supports multiple faculties, including Arts, […]

  • Dormer window at Teal House

Case Study: Teal House, Uxbridge

By |July 3rd, 2017|

Guttercrest worked with John Nason to deliver a bespoke guttering and fascia solution to an office block refurbishment and extension project in Uxbridge, Middlesex.

100m of bespoke aluminium fascia, cladding and hidden rainwater guttering was supplied to fit in with the contemporary look of the office building.

The impressive glass frontage of the new entrance was complimented […]

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