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Guttering brackets, often simply referred to as gutter brackets or hangers, are the backbone of a well-functioning gutter system. They provide the necessary support to keep the gutter securely attached to your fascia board or roof. Without proper gutter brackets, your guttering system may not withstand heavy rain, strong winds, or the weight of heavy snowfall. This can lead to costly damages to your home, such as water infiltration, roof leaks, and even structural issues.

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What Are Guttering Brackets? 

Guttering brackets serve the crucial purpose of providing support and stability to the gutter, ensuring it remains securely attached to the fascia board or roof of a building. 

The types we stock at Materials Market are: 

  • Union Brackets: These brackets are ideal for securely joining two sections of guttering, ensuring a seamless connection.
  • Fascia Brackets: Designed to provide robust support along the fascia board, these brackets play a crucial role in maintaining your guttering system's integrity.
  • Multi-fix brackets: Offering versatility and easy installation, multi-fix brackets are a practical choice for various guttering systems.
  • Square and Roundstyle Brackets: Whether you prefer a classic or modern look, we have brackets to match your style and fit your guttering system.

Benefits of Guttering Brackets

  • Gutter Support: Gutter brackets are responsible for holding the weight of the gutter, which can become quite substantial when filled with rainwater. Without proper support, gutters may sag or detach from the roof, leading to potential damage.
  • Alignment: Gutter brackets help maintain the correct alignment of the gutter, ensuring that it is sloped correctly to allow water to flow towards the downspouts. Proper alignment is crucial for efficient water drainage.
  • Preventing Damage: By securing the gutter in place, brackets prevent the gutter from swinging or moving during strong winds or heavy rainfall. This stability helps protect the roof and fascia board from damage.
  • Longevity: Gutter brackets help extend the lifespan of the gutter system by reducing stress and wear on the gutter itself. This results in fewer repairs and replacements over time.


Types of Gutter Brackets

Gutter brackets come in various designs and types, each suitable for different guttering needs and materials. Here are some common types:

Fascia Brackets

Fascia brackets are one of the most popular types of gutter brackets. They are designed to attach directly to the fascia board, providing a secure and stable base for the gutter. These brackets are versatile and suitable for various gutter materials, including aluminium, zinc, plastic, and cast iron.

Roof Brackets

Roof brackets are typically used when the gutter needs to be fixed directly to the roof. They are suitable for roofs with specific designs or when there is no fascia board present. Roof brackets are often made from durable materials like aluminium and are designed to withstand the weight of heavy snowfall.

Pipe Brackets

In areas where downpipes are an integral part of the guttering system, pipe brackets, otherwise known as pipe clips, are used to secure the pipes to the wall or the building's structure. These brackets ensure that the downpipes remain in place and effectively channel water away from your home.

Choosing the Right Gutter Bracket

Selecting the right material for your gutter brackets is crucial to ensure longevity and reliability. Here are the common materials used for gutter brackets:

  • Aluminium - Aluminium gutter brackets are lightweight, rust-resistant, and durable. They are suitable for most guttering systems and are easy to install. Aluminium brackets are an excellent choice for areas with varying weather conditions.
  • Zinc - Zinc gutter brackets are known for their corrosion resistance and longevity. They are an excellent choice for regions with harsh weather conditions and can withstand the weight of heavy snowfall.
  • Plastic - Plastic gutter brackets are lightweight and cost-effective. They are suitable for small plastic guttering systems and are easy to install. However, they may not be as durable as metal brackets and may require replacement sooner.
  • Cast Iron - Cast iron gutter brackets are incredibly robust and suitable for historic buildings or areas with architectural requirements. They can withstand the test of time but may be heavier and more challenging to install.


Gutter Bracket Installation 

To ensure your gutter brackets are effective, it's essential to follow proper installation procedures. Here's a step-by-step guide:

  1. Check Your Roof and Fascia Board: Before you order your gutter brackets, assess your roof and fascia board to determine the suitable type and design for your guttering system.
  2. Measure and Plan: Measure the length of your gutter and calculate the product quantity you need. Ensure that the brackets are spaced correctly to provide adequate support.
  3. Secure the Brackets: Install the brackets securely to the fascia board or roof. Use the appropriate clips and fasteners to fix them in place.
  4. Place the Gutter: Carefully fix the gutter to the brackets, ensuring that it aligns correctly with the roofline. Ensure a slight slope towards the downpipe to allow proper water flow.
  5. Add Filters: Install gutter filters or gutter guards to prevent debris from clogging your gutter system. This will help maintain efficient water flow and reduce the need for regular maintenance.
  6. Check for Fit: After installation, double-check that the gutter brackets and gutter are secure and properly aligned. Make any necessary adjustments to ensure a tight fit.
  7. Inspect the Results: Regularly inspect your guttering system to ensure it is working correctly. Look for signs of damage or wear and address them promptly to prevent further issues.


Frequently Asked Guttering Brackets Questions

How Do I Know If I Need to Replace My Gutter Brackets?

You should consider replacing your gutter brackets if you notice signs of gutter sagging, detachment, or any visible damage. 

Additionally, if your gutters are constantly overflowing or not effectively channelling rainwater, it may indicate a problem with the brackets. Regular inspections and maintenance can help you identify when replacement is necessary.

Can I Install Gutter Brackets Myself, or Do I Need a Professional?

Gutter bracket installation is a task that many homeowners can tackle on their own, especially if they have some DIY experience. However, for complex installations or if you are not comfortable working at heights, it's advisable to seek professional assistance. 

Proper installation is crucial to ensure the effectiveness of your guttering system.

Can I Use Hidden Gutter Brackets?

Yes, you can use hidden gutter brackets, also known as concealed gutter brackets or hidden hangers, for your gutter system. 

Hidden gutter brackets offer a sleek and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional visible brackets. They are designed to be discreetly concealed within the gutter, providing a clean and streamlined appearance for your home's exterior.

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