Box Cast Iron Gutter

Box Section Cast Iron Guttering Available in Primed and Painted Finishes (Black only).

Please note that all Hargreaves Gutter & Downpipe lengths will incur a £30 delivery surcharge (inc VAT). Any orders over £750 will not incur this charge.

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product B4301

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Gutter x 1.83m

£117.88 inc VAT

£98.23 ex VAT

Box Cast Iron Gutter Angle 90dg

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Gutter Angle 90dg

£31.72 inc VAT

£26.43 ex VAT

Box Cast Iron Gutter Angle 135dg

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Gutter Angle 135dg

£31.72 inc VAT

£26.43 ex VAT

Box Cast Iron Running Outlet

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Running Outlet

£31.72 inc VAT

£26.43 ex VAT

product XB4330

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Stopend

£9.22 inc VAT

£7.68 ex VAT

product B4335

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Union Clip

£11.96 inc VAT

£9.97 ex VAT

Box Cast Iron Fascia Bracket

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Fascia Bracket

£9.35 inc VAT

£7.79 ex VAT

product B4341

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Top Fix Rafter Bracket

£14.06 inc VAT

£11.72 ex VAT

Box Cast Iron Side Fix Rafter Bracket

100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Side Fix Rafter Bracket

£15.47 inc VAT

£12.89 ex VAT

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100mm x 75mm Box Cast Iron Rise & Fall Bracket

£18.74 inc VAT

£15.62 ex VAT

product HR0002

Low Modulus Sealquick Sealant (Box Section)

£10.68 inc VAT

£8.90 ex VAT

product HR0001

M6 x 25mm Bolt Nut and Washer set (Box Section)

£0.35 inc VAT

£0.29 ex VAT

How do I join my box section cast iron Gutter ?

Jointing Methods for Premier Gutters

The most popular way of jointing cast iron gutters is by

using a low modulus silicone sealant or specialist

rubberised bitumen gutter mastic.

The sealant should be spread evenly within the gutter

socket applying additional sealant around the jointing hole

before placing the gutter spigot into the socket and

compressing both parts using M6 x 25mm corrosion

resistant mushroom head bolts, ensuring the bolt head is

on the inside of the gutter.

The washer and nut should be lightly tightened from the

underside of the gutter to allow excess sealant to be

removed. Do not over tighten as this could result in gutter

damage.

Note: If gutters have been cut, remove any loose filings

immediately to ensure no discolouration/ rust marks on

the paint surface. Also check that cut ends, bolts, nuts and

any slight installation damage is made good with the

appropriate primer and paint.