The main objective of each guttering system is to compensate for the potential damage caused by the falling rain. The gutter channels water away from a house that does not allow it to be collected at the base of the house.
When water gathers in the area, it can cause severe damage to the structure of the house, especially the foundation. It can also be used to stop corrosion, stop leakage from forming and protecting stone elements of the buildings from the weather.
There are many choices of materials available for you when buying rain gutter systems; (Also known as “ ระบบรางน้ำฝน “ in the Thai Language) Stainless steel, aluminium, copper, stone, ceramics, vinyl and wood.
Vinyl and aluminium are the most popular ingredients used for gutters because of their low cost and high availability. Stainless steel represents options for choices for those who want a strong and more sewerage system, which is more important to buy it.
After the precipitation touches the rain gutter, it is channelled to the end of the pipe, depending on where the water falls on the gradient. From here, through downspout water is diverted to the base of the holding where it can be drawn by the ground drainage system or collected for later use.