Alutec Guttering

Developed by Marley Alutec whom are known for their dedication to quality and innovation, their range of Aluminium gutter called ‘Evolve’ has the standard heritage black finish, which means it goes with most rooflines. 

Manufactured using marine grade aluminium Marley Alutec Aluminium guttering offers the very best in Aluminium guttering.  Using the latest fade resistant paint technology to mimic the finish of Cast Iron and Cast Aluminium gutters, this lightweight rainwater solution has a life expectancy of over 50 years giving the installer and homeowner complete peace of mind. 

About Marley Alutec

With a huge range of highly sustainable products Marley Alutec is one of the UK’s leaders in creating innovative aluminium rainwater.

Marley Aluec’s ‘Evolve’ range of guttering is a new aluminium gutter and downpipe range that mimics the appearance of the very traditional Cast Iron and Cast aluminium products. With a life expectancy of 50 years or more, the range of ‘Evolve’ guttering is a great solution for those looking for something sustainable and long lasting!

Marley Alutec Delivery Lead Times

Standard Half Round and Deepflow gutters generally has a 5-7 working days lead time.

Box and Ogee gutter profiles in Heritage Black are available in around 15 working dats. Other Evolve profiles are available within 15 working days also. You can view all colours available for the Marley Alutec ‘Evolve’ range here  or if you’d like more information simply get in touch by emailing us at sales@drainageonline.co.uk or call us on 0330 123 1884.

Sizes, Colours and finishes

Marley Alutec’s Evolve range is available in various profiles, including 121mm half round, 131mm box gutter (often referred to as square), 128mm deep flow and 131mm Ogee gutter (also known as Niagara). All of which are available in Heritage black as standard or you can request a certain RAL colour should you wish to, simply add a note on your order stating which RAL  colour you require – perfect for those looking to match guttering to newly painted windows or a perhaps a new composite door.

Benefits of Marley Alutec

Marley Alutec’s ‘Evolve’ range of Aluminium gutter is one of the UK’s most sustainable and cost effective rainwater systems, just some of the benefits of using Alutec ‘Evolve’ aluminium guttering are listed below:

Features of the Evolve range include:

  • Evolve aluminium systems have a life expectancy of 50 years or more.
  • Unique Jura joint (patent pending)makes jointing quick, straightforward and secure.
  • Polyester powder coated for hardwearing, fade resistant finish which will last the life time of the product.
  • Manufactured in an environmentally responsible way.
  • 21 standard colours.
  • Evolve is over 75% lighter than an equivalent cast iron system, making it easier to handle on site.

Additional benefits of Aluminium include:

Lightweight, strong and long-lasting

Aluminium is a very light metal, about 65% lighter than steel or cast iron. It has a very high strength to weight ratio and excellent corrosion resistance. One of the oldest recorded uses of aluminium is the statue of Eros in London, cast in 1893.

Highly corrosion resistant

Aluminium naturally generates a protective oxide coating. Should the surface be damaged, the aluminium simply oxidises again to protect itself. Add a polyester powder coating to provide an attractive, durable and maintenance free finish. This is in contrast to steel, where galvanising only offers limited protection and cast iron, which requires regular repainting.

Infinitely recyclable

 When the old Wembley Stadium (built in 1923) was demolished, 96% of the aluminium was recovered for recycling. Aluminium can be recycled again and again without loss of quality. The re-melting of aluminium requires little energy; it saves up to 95% of the energy required for primary aluminium production.

Responsible sourcing

 Aluminium is the world’s third most abundant element. 97% of all bauxite mines in the world operate rehabilitation projects and two thirds of the employees are from the local community. The amount of electrical energy required to produce aluminium has dropped by 70% since the 1880’s and 50% of that electricity is provided from renewable green energy.