New build rainwater goods

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Posted: 11th June, 2019

New build properties needing rainwater goods

We work all over Manchester supplying and installing rainwater goods.

0161 366 8866

Leaking gutters or a new build requiring aluminium guttering

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Posted: 7th January, 2019

Leaking gutters can ruin your home

Leaks from gutters can cause damp penetration and rot, this can lead to an expensive repair bill. With our seamles gutters there arent any joints in the running lengths so no areas for leaks. Strong, so can cope with snow fall and ladders leaning against them. Tailor made to fit your property. No Painting Maintenance. Alumnium gutetrs add style and charactor to your property and look much better than the default plastic gutters, please browse photos of our 'previous projects' 

Weather change

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Posted: 3rd August, 2018

Due to the extreme weather we have been having- very high temperatures then very heavy rainfall, plastic gutters will have expanded/ contracted and most likely have started leaking at the joints. With seamless aluminium gutters as they are manufactured on site and have no joints in the running lengths they dont have any areas to leak

If you would like a quote on replacing your guttering please give us a call on 0161 366 8866

Suns out

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Posted: 19th April, 2018

Here at Intercounty Seamless Guttering we provide all sorts of rainwater solutions

We supply and fit Seamless Guttering, Sectional Gutters, Down Pipes, Fascia, Soffits and other Architectural Details. Our products get manufacturered to specification and powder coated to whatever colour is desired

Please contact us if you have an enquiry

We are based in Hyde in Manchester but we cover most areas in the northwest

0161 366 8866

Add gutter grid to prevent future blockages

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Posted: 4th September, 2017

Why not add gutter grid to you new seamless gutters to prevent leaves and other debris from blockages

Avaliable in platic or aluminium in a range of colours

Practically maintenance free gutters!

Do we install gutters in Bolton? Of course we do!

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Posted: 6th July, 2015

We just took a call from a customer in Bolton who wasn’t sure whether we supplied and installed our lovely seamless aluminium gutters in her home town. Evidently this wasn’t clear enough on our website. So to put minds at ease: YES, we provide new and replacement guttering throughout all of Greater Manchester, including Trafford, Tameside, Salford, Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale, Bury, Wigan, Hale, Alderley Edge, Knutsford the city of Manchester itself and, indeed, Bolton.

Design and Architecture in Oldham: Intercounty- Gutter Installers in and of the local community

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Posted: 22nd June, 2015

As a local guttering firm with dedicated designers on our staff and a keen interest in architecture, we are always interested to hear about design-related ideas and activities in the area. Gallery Oldham – the town’s art gallery and museum – currently has amongst its exhibitions one concerning plans for a future cultural hub for the community. See

Another fabulous conservatory by Reddish Joinery of Stockport, gutters in aluminium

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Posted: 22nd June, 2015

We are grateful to Reddish Joinery for these latest photographs of one of their cool conservatories featuring our groovy gutters. Stockport based Reddish Joinery specialises in conservatories and other bespoke-manufactured uPVC and timber products for the home.

Gutters in Stockport?, we hear you ask. Yes, that’s us!

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Posted: 10th June, 2015

Stockport is one of the busiest conurbations in the Greater Manchester region and a district in which we are always busy as suppliers and installers of aluminium gutters.

Leaking gutters and downpipes can damage your home

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Posted: 20th May, 2015

The picture shows a broken uPVC downpipe. It has evidently been vandalised or hit accidentally. uPVC is a cheap material that is often used automatically by builders and other tradesmen, because it is cheap. But you have to ask yourself – is it cost effective, for you the homeowner, in the long run? We would say no – installing cheap, inferior materials means revisiting the same problems of cracks and leaks over and over again.

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