The local series is presented by local award winning architect Patrick Bradley who visits a number of restoration projects in NI.
This week, episode 3 in the series, looked at the restoration of a fisherman’s cottage on the shores of Lough Neagh near Crumlin which dates circa 1800.
JP Corry supplied Phyllis's Cottage with 50m of Saint Gobain PAM 115mm half round cast iron gutters along with 75mm circular downpipes which were coated in a pre-finished black semi-gloss finish.
The gutters were mounted on traditional drive-in brackets and the downpipes fixed with two part drive in stay hooks.
Cast iron rainwater goods offer strength, longevity and aesthetic charm and are a regular specification by architects on listed buildings and restoration projects.