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Rainwater Goods

Rainwater Goods

We stock the Brett Martin range of rainwater goods. Their PVCu range offers a choice of systems, including roundstyle, half round, deepstyle, squarestyle, prostyle, mock cast iron and high capacity. They come in a range of colours to match almost any building application. This quality range of products is designed to offer efficient, fast and economical installation along with remarkable reliability.

A range of colours

The Brett Martin range comes in a variety of colours. These include:

  • Olive grey
  • Grey
  • Arctic White
  • White
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Terracotta

By experts, for experts

We know that you just want a product you know will do the business. And that’s what the Brett Martin rainwater systems offer. They’re manufactured to the highest standards. Our staff are on hand to offer any advice you might need. They’ve helped customers use these systems on construction projects across Scotland, the UK and the rest of the world.

Quality rainwater goods

“Brett Martin’s continued investment in product research, development and customer service has resulted in the achievement of a rainwater goods range which satisfies every variety of roof drainage, ranging from the smallest domestic property to much larger agricultural and commercial buildings providing the merchant, installer and the end user with satisfaction and peace of mind.” – Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage

A system for every occasion

Our rainwater goods come in a variety of dimension and finishes, to make sure you can easily find the ideal system for your project. And we don’t just sell pipes. We offer gutter fittings, adaptors, brackets and other guttering supplies.

The full range of Downpipes, Gutters and Connections are available for uplift or delivery to site anywhere in Mainland UK.

Click here to download the Rainwater Price List – Jun 2014“> in .pdf format.

Please contact our sales office for quantity discounts.

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