The dry fix Bonding Gutter® range creates a successful weather-tight joint between dissimilar roof coverings on semi-detached and terraced houses. They can be fitted causing minimum disruption to the neighbouring property and create a close cut, neat appearance. Being manufactured from GRP, the dry bonding gutter has the following benefits;
HDL DBG1 has a central upstand height of 70mm.
Suitable for slate, flat and plain tile roofs, HDL DBG1 is manufactured from GRP and is a fantastic lead alternative. It is BBA Approved and allows for a clean looking finish on a roof joint.
For profiled tile roofs, or where there is a differing roof covering height, take a look at Hambleside Danelaw’s HDL DBG2, which has a central upstand of 100mm. For more information about our dry fix bonding gutter take a look at our Pocket Guide listed below, or get in touch with us through our contact page.