guttering


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guttering

[′gəd·ə·riŋ]
(engineering)
A process of quarrying stone in which channels, several inches wide, are cut by hand tools, and the stone block is detached from the bed by pinch bars.
(mining engineering)
The process of cutting gutters in a mine shaft.
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"Mustang guttering is a maintenancefree product of the highest quality and is manufactured from 90 per cent recycled aluminium and can also be recycled at the end of its life."
Planning permission may sometimes be required to replace guttering if, for example, your home's permitted development rights have been removed - ask your local council if in doubt.
Plastic guttering comes mainly in grey, black, brown and white.
If the guttering becomes damaged or blocked, it may put your home at risk from water penetration or damp.
Corrosion leads to holes and leaks in the guttering and joints and to failure in the supports.
"We specialise in the supply and fit of seamless guttering which is the best system by far because it has no joints whatsoever.
Checking and repairing guttering and downpipes often involves working on a ladder.
Cast-iron guttering is usually found in older properties.
If you can see the joints of cast iron guttering are leaking, it may be because the putty originally used to seal the joint has dried out.
TSG Roofing Services provide a professional and cost-effective roofing and guttering repair and supply service.