"Rain water heads are an essential design element for buildings where internal box gutters are used. A rainwater head or sump is a container located between the gutter and downpipe that aids the flow of water away from the roof. It acts as an external overflow point to minimise water surges into the storm water system and aid the flow of water down the downpipe. The outside positioning of rainwater heads means that they minimise the risk of water overflow inside a building." 

Peter Kruger

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sales@krugerssheetmetal.com.au  or  0419 539 162
Architectural
and
Heritage Rainwater Heads
We manufacture a variety of customised rainwaterheads to suit any commercial or residential building.
Rainwater heads can be manufactured to any specifications.
Choose from a range of styles and designs including Conical, Ned Kelly, Federation, Tapered and Curved to suit any project.

 

 

Boxed Rainwater Heads
All our  rainwaterheads (RWH)  come with standard beads, safety edges with slots or pops as standard.
Contact us for our full standard sizes.
Available in Zincalume, Colorbond, Stainless Steel and Copper.
Sumps
Any size and any material – Standard sumps come with 20mm fold flattened safety edge.