Spouting, Guttering and Downpipes that are Built to Last
Fine Line take pride in matching the right product to your home or building. There are a variety of profiles, sizes, colours and materials available and we are only too happy to help you make the choice that meets your needs.
Feel free to call us on 021 124 4972 if you have any questions.
Fineline primarily use Colorcote due to their superior warranty on both paint finish and product quality.
Other materials including Colorsteel Maxx, Galvanised, Zincalume, Copper, Aluminium and Stainless steel are available on request. Please enquire if you have any questions.
A 1/4 round gutter is our most popular option, chosen by many homeowners because it is a very versatile gutter profile. It can be used on a variety of different roof styles and can be installed in a variety of different ways.
- The 1/4 round gutter is also a good choice for those who live in areas that experience a lot of rainfall. This type of gutter is designed to handle a large amount of water and will not clog as easily as other types of gutters.
- A quarter round gutter has a more aesthetically pleasing look than more traditional gutter systems.
- The 1/4 round gutter profile is also a popular choice because it is very easy to clean. It is the widest of the popular profiles at 150mm which makes cleaning, removing leaves, and other maintenace much easier.
- The 1/4 round gutter also has a very low profile, which means that it will not interfere with the roofline of your home. This is important for many homeowners who have a lot of trees or other objects that could potentially block the gutters.
Quarter Round spouting maintains its traditional appeal, provides simplicity with classic lines and is particularly suited to most residential applications. Supplied with internal concealed or external brackets.
Old Gothic (O.G.)
Old Gothic continues to be a very popular profile.
Available in two sizes, Old Gothic is reminiscent of the spouting types traditionally used on colonial homes, however in recent times the system has certainly regained popularity as an attractive option.
Supplied with internal or external brackets.
R.I. 125mm Box Gutter
R.I. 125mm gutter is designed to perform where heavy rainfall intensity may occur. A higher face prevents unsightly views of the end of the roof sheet, and should be fisrt choice where higher rib roof profiles have been installed. Supplied with internal brackets as standard, however, pan or face fixed external brackets are available by specific request
An extremely popular spouting system which utilises an extended sloping face to hide the end of the roofing and is particularly beneficial for use on low roof-pitch residential applications. Supplied with internal brackets.
½ Round 150mm
Well proven and recognized as an aesthetically pleasing and great water-carrying product, ½ Round will certainly enhance the overall appeal of your project. Supplied with external brackets.
Downpipes are an important part of the drainage system in any home, and this is especially true in New Zealand. Heavy rains are a regular occurrence in many parts of the country, so having a well-functioning downpipe system is essential to keeping your home dry and protecting your foundation from water damage.
There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing downpipes for your home. First, you need to make sure that the pipes you select are the correct size for your gutters.
Second, you need to think about the material the downpipe is made from. Many homeowners opt for PVC or other plastic materials because they are lightweight and easy to install. However, these materials are not as durable as metal pipes and can break or crack over time. If you live in an area with severe weather conditions, it is worth considering investing in metal pipes that can withstand high winds and heavy rains.
Finally, you need to think about the appearance of the downpipes. While many people choose white pipes because they blend in with the siding of the house, there are a variety of colors to choose from.
If you want your downpipes to be a focal point of your home's exterior, you can select a color that will contrast with the siding or trim.
The fascia is the board that runs along the edge of your roof, and it provides support for your guttering. They hold your guttering in place and provide a lip for the rainwater to flow into. Fascias also protect the underside of your roof from the weather.
It is important to ensure that your fascia is in good condition, as it can become rotten and unstable if it is not maintained.
Multi-fit fascia protect your fasica boards from weather damage, while enhancing the aesthetic of your home at the same time.
- Multifit fascia is available in 136mm, 150mm and 185mm sizes
- Supplied as either concealed or external option
- Each product can be manufactured to exact length, thereby reducing the number of joins
- Mulitifit fascia can be supplied in smooth and embossed surface finishes
- Multifit fascia is supplied with strippable surface protection film to prevent damage prior to installation
- Multifit fascia can be used in conjunction with all roofing products
- Can be combined with most spouting and gutter types
ColorCote produce pre-painted steel and aluminium roofing and cladding products specifically manufactured in New Zealand for New Zealand conditions.
- AlumiGard: ColorCote use a marine grade aluminium alloy substrate, painted with a polyester primer, and add a waterborne acrylic or polyester baked-on top coat. AlumiGard is designed for use in very severe marine environments, right up to the waterline, or for acidic exposure in geothermal areas.
- MagnaFlow: A steel roof is most susceptible to corrosion along cut edges, however the magnesium in the coating of MagnaFlow helps it to ‘self heal’ by helping zinc to flow over the edge and create a seal against further corrosion. With superior corrosion resistance, MagnaFlow is the ideal choice for demanding environments such as houses close to the coast.
- ZinaCore: Suitable for moderate climatic environments, ZinaCore has a hot-dipped aluminium/zinc alloy coated steel substrate. It has a water-borne or polyester top coat baked on a polyester primer, giving an extremely durable paint system that resists UV damage and provides excellent gloss and colour retention.
- COLORSTEEL Endura® is designed to provide protection against corrosion in areas where moderate to severe environmental conditions are experienced. It is the most popular COLORSTEEL® choice, a product which can be seen on homes, businesses and buildings right around the country. COLORSTEEL Endura® is made tough, yet forsakes nothing when it comes to aesthetic appeal, boasting a large range of colours and profiles. High quality, low maintenance and durable, COLORSTEEL Endura® represents the perfect blend of form and function.
- COLORSTEEL Maxx® is designed to provide protection against corrosion in areas where severe to very severe environmental conditions are experienced. Every aspect of COLORSTEEL Maxx® is made with corrosion resistance and longevity in mind. Specifically developed to withstand higher atmospheric salt concentrations. The usage of COLORSTEEL Maxx® is determined by your property’s proximity to the coast, geothermal areas and industrial environments.
- COLORSTEEL Altimate® combines a marine grade aluminium substrate with the proven paint technology of COLORSTEEL®. The aluminium substrate delivers exceptional resistance to corrosion, while the COLORSTEEL® paint system offers further protection and a premium finish. Ideal for extremely severe environments, the usage of COLORSTEEL Altimate® is determined by your property’s proximity to the coast, geothermal areas and industrial environments.
- COLORSTEEL Dridex® helps to create warmer, drier and healthier New Zealand homes. It combines a thin layer of a specialised absorbent fleece to the underside of the COLORSTEEL® sheet, negating the need for traditional underlay roofing and cladding paper. COLORSTEEL Dridex® works to help reduce mould and other pollutants associated with asthma and other respiratory tract inflammations and allergies, being awarded the Sensitive Choice by the National Asthma Council, giving homeowners reassurance that they have the right product for a warmer, drier and healthier home.
View all the possible colours you can get with each spouting and facia.
View all warranties that come with each of the spouting and facia’s.
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