5 Benefits of ARP’s Britannia Cast Iron Rainwater System

5 Benefits of ARP’s Britannia Cast Iron Rainwater System

ARP has been supplying Britannia cast iron rainwater products since 2014, so we thought it would be a timely reminder of why you should choose ARP for your cast iron.

We have compiled a list of 5 benefits of our Britannia cast iron rainwater system, but we are sure you can think of many more …

  1. Long life expectancy – made from high-quality cast iron using traditional castings.
  2. Sustainable – long life span, plus can be recycled.
  3. In stock – available transit primed*.
  4. Aesthetically pleasing – meets the heritage, listed or conservation requirements.
  5. Full range – gutters, downpipes and associated accessories available.

    Britannia Cast Iron Rainwater System - ARP cast iron gutters and downpipes overview

We are available to take your cast iron rainwater order – request a quote

*Can be supplied transit primed or painted in one of 8 standard colours on our own in-house conveyorized paint line, ready for immediate installation on site.

Britannia cast iron rainwater system

If you’re looking for timeless beauty and durability, look no further than ARP’s Britannia cast iron rainwater system.

Our Britannia cast iron gutters and downpipes are made for the heritage market and are sand cast using traditional cast iron dies and comply with all listed building, heritage and conservation requirements.

Whether transit primed or with a factory-applied wet paint finish in semi-gloss black or any colour of your choice – these stunning pieces are sure to impress now and well into the future.

Our cast iron rainwater systems are available in a number of profiles and sizes, and we are sure we have a profile to suit your project.

Cast iron is more than just a sustainable material; it’s also long-lasting and durable! Plus, you can recycle cast iron at the end of its life cycle – so why not invest in something that lasts?

Heritage property refurbishment

If you are refurbishing a listed property or property within a conservation area, we suggest you obtain Listed Building Consent from your local planning authority before undertaking any work.

An application for listed building consent should be submitted for all applications requiring alteration, extension, or demolition to a listed building Planning Portal

Each local authority has different standards on Listed and Heritage properties.

For some listed properties, exact replacements are the only option. However, other areas allow a more modern material choice which mimics the original system. You must adhere to your local listed building regulations.