Leicester-based ARP has supplied an aluminium rainwater system for a newly built three-storey property consisting of six flats and a two storey-maisonette in Arlington Avenue, Leamington Spa.
With more than 100m each of gutter and downpipe, along with associated accessories, Nigel Hancock, area sales manager, ARP, met with John Yates, quantity surveyor at ARP customer, Warwickshire-based Trendgrey Construction, to discuss the ‘sizable’ project.
Nigel visited the site prior to the order being placed, to ensure that the swan-necks were set-out and measured correctly and to deliver samples of the product for client approval.
ARP’s Sentinel beaded half round aluminium gutter and Colonnade flush joint downpipes were polyester powder-coated to 7016 anthracite grey at ARP’s in-house PPC line. The company says they were ideal for the project, as they are made from a naturally occurring material, which is abundantly available, fully recyclable and non-corrosive. According to ARP, the system is lightweight, easy to install system and offers the ‘contemporary style’ required to suit the project.
ARP says it prides itself on offering a quality solution for all roofline and rainwater challenges and ‘will work with you to fulfil your requirements’.