Chichester Guildhall | Case Study
Chichester, West Sussex | Listed/Heritage | Completed: 30/11/-0001
Situated in the heart of Chichester City Centre it is a Grade 1 listed building with a rich history which dates back to 1282, dominating the beautiful grounds of Priory Park it is now used predominately as a wedding venue.
Sadly, the existing cast iron system had started to show its age and failed in most places. Leaking gutters can cause significant damage to the fabric of a building if left unchecked.
Due to the age of the building the decision was made to replace the cast iron with a powder coated aluminium system, we chose to fit aluminium guttering as it is lightweight and requires very little ongoing maintenance to stress the façade of the chapel.
Cast aluminium rainwater products are traditionally sand cast from an aluminium alloy in traditional profiles, sizes, and textures to give the full visual effect and aesthetics of cast iron. Our cast collar downpipes, with traditional-style collars and ears make the perfect style choice for heritage projects but, in line with today’s environmental standards, are made from 100% recycled aluminium and are 100% recyclable.