Leading supplier of cast iron rainwater and gutter systems, Saint-Gobain PAM UK, has introduced a stylish new addition to its Classical range with Classical Royale, a decorative rainwater downpipe system.
With a unique ‘fish’ rainwater head and fluted pipe design, it is sure to add a regal touch to any property. Pipes
and fittings are available in 75-100mm diameters, giving extra flexibility to the purchaser, while a simple push-fit jointing system means it is fast, clean and easy to install. What’s more, a hidden bracket system gives a discreet finish, adding to the aesthetic appeal.
Mike Rawlings, Marketing Manager – Soil & Drain at Saint-Gobain PAM UK
, explains: “We have a wide range of innovative products in the Classical range in both traditional and modern designs.
“ Classical Royale is ideal for discerning customers looking to achieve a uniquely stylish finish to their property, with a quality rainwater downpipe
system that is beautifully designed but is also sustainable and built to last. It’s the perfect combination of style and substance.”
Designed and developed using the very latest pipe manufacturing technology, Classical Royale, as with the entire range of products in the Classical range, incorporates all the proven benefits of cast iron
over other materials such as plastic. This gives it the strength to withstand high winds, heavy snow, and vandalism. It also means it has a life expectancy of more than 100 years. And because the manufacturing process uses 97 per cent recycled material and cast iron is 100 per cent recyclable, Classical Royale is one of the most sustainable
“Not only are purchasers choosing a product for its aesthetic charm - they are choosing an eco-friendly product that will last a lifetime”, adds Mike.
The Classical Royale system is supplied with a stone coloured, zinc-based primer coat ready for on-site painting to match any colour scheme, letting the purchaser choose a finish to suit the aesthetics of their home.
For further details and stockist information call 01952 262 500 or visit www.classicalrainwater.co.uk