What lengths do guttering come in?

Rainline gutters are available in two shapes and five sizes. Half Round: 100mm, 125mm, 150mm, 190mm and Rectangular 136mm. Downpipes are available in four sizes: 75mm, 87mm, 100mm and 120mm.

How far should gutters extend past the house?

Gutter downspouts should extend a minimum of four feet away from the house; however, they may need to extend much further depending on your soil, the slope of your house and local buildings codes.

What is the clipping distance for guttering?

The spacings for each system are as follows: Half Round, Square, Deepflow and Mini Gutters – Brackets at 1M centres. Ogee Gutters – Brackets at 800mm centres. XtraFlo Industrial Gutters – Brackets at 600mm centres.

How do you join gutter lengths?

How to Join Metal Gutters

  1. Measure. First, measure the total run of the gutter length needed.
  2. Cut. The first piece of the gutter will likely be its full length.
  3. Connect. Connect the different pieces of the gutters and overlap the middle seams by 4 inches.
  4. Apply. Use sealant where the two pieces fit together.
  5. Secure.

Should there be a gap between gutter and fascia?

The best installation method is to leave a gap between the drip edge and the fascia board, about the width of a finger. The shingles should also overhang the drip edge 3⁄8 to 1/2 an inch.

Does the gutter go behind the drip edge?

It is recommended that gutters are placed under or ‘behind’ the drip edge of your roof. If gutters are installed below the drip edge, water can drip behind the gutter and cause damage to the wood supporting the gutter system.

How often should you use downpipe clips?

Fascia brackets should be spaced at a maximum of 1m apart on straight gutter runs. (800mm in the case of the Ogee Gutters, 600mm in the case of the Hi Capacity Gutters). When using 80mm Round Downpipe with Hi-Cap and Ogee Gutters, fascia brackets should be spaced at a maximum of 800mm intervals.

How do you calculate gutter fall?

Calculate the gutter slope by dividing the length of the gutter needed by 10. If the length of the gutter is 10.5 metres (35 feet), the amount of slope required is 1.25 cm (1/4 inch) multiplied by 1 metres (3.5 feet), which when rounded up is 2.5 cm (1 inch).

How long are gutter screws?

These screws are for 5″ gutters and are 7″ long.

Should gutters go behind drip edge?

How often do you need gutter brackets?

What kind of steel is used in Lysaght fascia and gutters?

LYSAGHT® Gutter & Fascia is manufactured from COLORBOND® and ZINCALUME® steel. LYSAGHT Guttering and Fascia products come in a range of profiles to suit any style or application. All Guttering, Fascia & Rainwater Goods Products

How many years of experience does Lysaght have?

Lysaght can back their products with over 150 years experience and credibility. The lysaght brand is widely recognised as setting the benchmark on quality products, and is trusted and respected by our customers and competitors nationwide. Warranty protection is available on the range of LYSAGHT®

Which is the best Lysaght fascia purlin to use?

LYSAGHT® Fascia Purlins are available with fluted or smooth face in 1000mm to 15000mm lengths. Roll-formed from high tensile Australian-made steel, they are galvanised for corrosion protection. Fluted face accommodates bolt heads to provide flat surface for mounting gutter. Long length one piece purlins ideal for portal frame buildings.

Can a Lysaght Klip Lok 700 be used for roofing?

The special locating tabs on the spacer bar of the LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH® clip can be flattened easily to allow adjustment during installation. Can LYSAGHT MULTICLAD® be used for roofing? No. We do not recommend LYSAGHT MULTICLAD® for roofing purposes. Try our roofing profiles for other suggestions.