Continuous Spouting vs. Traditional Spouting: What’s the Difference?

Friday 17th January 2020

Is your property in need of replacement spouting?

Traditional spouting styles are no longer your only options available—continuous spouting is becoming increasingly popular among New Zealand property owners.

When deciding on continuous spouting, you’ll quickly realise that there are many benefits you won’t find with the more traditional forms of spouting.

Have a read through our blog below to find out more about the many differences between continuous spouting and traditional spouting styles.

How continuous spouting is different:

As stated in the name—continuous spouting is constructed from a continuous piece of material which has been custom made to suit the length of your roofing.

This differs from traditional forms of spouting which are constructed using multiple pieces of pipe which get joined to each other upon installation.

In terms of appearance, continuous spouting is regularly sought after because of the simple and clean look it creates—this has made it very popular among those renovating their properties and wanting to achieve a sleek and fresh finish.

Available in a variety of materials, continuous spouting is ideal when it comes to refreshing your property.

Why is continuous spouting a winner?

When comparing continuous spouting to traditional forms of spouting, we’ve found that continuous will always come out on top. Due to continuous spouting being made from one piece of material, there are fewer joints required.

Fewer joints will mean there are fewer spots throughout the pipe at a higher risk of cracks, leaks and blockages. This will help save you time and money down the track as you won’t require regular repairs or replacements that are usually needed with traditional spouting types.

Another positive that comes with continuous spouting is because it is custom made from one piece of material, there are far fewer off-cuts and wasted pieces of pipe and other materials. With less time needed to join sections of pipe together, the installation process for continuous spouting is significantly quicker and simpler than traditional forms.

The overall appearance of your spouting will also be improved when there are fewer joints present, helping to create a clean look.

Want to learn more about continuous spouting?

For all your continuous spouting questions, be sure to get in contact with the team of experts at Custom Fascia & Spouting. We’ve been installing continuous spouting to properties across New Zealand for many years now—we’d be happy to help you find the best spouting option to suit your needs and budget.

Give our team a call today for further information or to arrange your obligation-free quote.

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