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    Pros and cons of Ogee guttering?


    What are the pros and cons of Ogee guttering? Is it suitable for a semi-detached house?

    Asked by jonathan on 19th May 2022
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    "Half-round gutters- the traditional half-pipe style, common on older properties. Your bog standard, basic gutter that’s ideal for most standard properties at a budget-friendly price.
    Deep gutters - like the half-round, but deeper. Able to cope better with high capacity water flow. Ideal for steep roofs and properties in areas prone to heavy rainfall.
    Box/Square gutters - an angular upgrade to the half-round with a deeper channel. Easier to install, due to the flat surfaces on all sides, and Ideal for contemporary properties.
    Ogee/K-style gutters - flat backed, for ease of installation, with a decoratively shaped front that can help elevate the look and finish of your property. The deeper channel caused by the shape makes them ideal for roofs with high capacity water flow."

    Answered on 19th May 2022 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    Snc plumbers

    "Its a semi so the problem would be connecting to your neighbours existing.
    Consult manufacturers to identify correct connection."

    Answered on 18th Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report

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