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Traditional quality cast iron gutters, rainwater pipes and fittings from our UK Foundry – 100% recyclable

Cast iron rainwater systems - primed for painting or pre-painted ready for fixing:

  • FREE 2-3 working day delivery on all orders to Mainland UK
  • Excellent range of fittings and ancillaries
  • Popular, traditional, profiles with a choice to suit all your needs

Our Product Ranges

The definitive cast iron range of rainwater gutters, downpipes, headers, bends, hoppers and associated fittings.Supplied in a black water based primer coating ready for onsite painting. There may be a variation in the primer coating between Classical Pipes and Classical Fittings, due to the different manufacturing processes involved.

Our Classical Plus range offers all the benefits of our Classic cast iron rainwater systems range PLUS all guttering, pipes and fittings are pre-painted in a quality semi-gloss, black finish and ready to install!

The Timesaver Soil Heritage Cast Iron pipes and fittings system was first launched in 1973 for use on above ground soil and ventilating installations. It proved to be a popular range and still is today.

You can buy our high quality cast iron rainwater drainage fittings, guttering, pipes, downpipes, and hoppers, securely online. They are designed to suit the style of your property, and your pocket.

Select from the, Classical or Classical Plus cast iron ranges, based upon the well-loved traditional profiles of years gone by. With a choice of round or rectangular downpipes, six gutter profiles, a selection of fittings and eye catching hoppers. Whichever you choose, we have the rainwater drainage system to suit your needs.

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Technical help

Not sure what size guttering you need for your home, or where to fit support brackets?

The benefits of cast iron

Aesthetics and durability are only two of the many benefits you gain from using Classical Cast Iron Rainwater.

Top Tips!

Which gutter profile you should use? Would round or rectangular pipes best suit your property?