We recognise the demands of modern construction on housebuilders to deliver well-designed and high performing housing stock which meets industry and environmental standards, whilst satisfying ever-tightening project budgets and timelines.
Our range of underground and aboveground drainage solutions are designed to help housebuilders achieve these demands and deliver long lasting value for residential developments to bring huge benefits for both housebuilder and homeowner.
Our products create better homes and environments for happier and healthier communities. With a complete range of underground, soil, waste and rainwater, all developed for structurally sound drainage layouts and the management of rain and surface water in and around the home.
Functionality and style are key for great homes and when it comes to finishing touches our innovative Cascade cast iron style rainwater system brings a true representation to real cast iron with all the benefits of modern construction plastics and greatly improves the saleability of homes.
Working in partnership with merchant customers, we’re here to offer support to ensure you have the right drainage solutions for your projects
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We're reducing our carbon footprint with renewable energy sources & using recycled polymers in some underground products
Our products have been designed for quick and easy installation
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- Our products are manufactured to industry standards and quality approved to BS EN ISO 9001:2015
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- Our team of technical experts are on hand to assist with your queries and help with your specifications
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Related Case Studies
In extensive and idyllic grounds near Wimborne, and once home to the Holy Cross Abbey order of Cistercian Trappist nuns, the historic nineteenth century Grade II listed Stapehill Abbey underwent a restoration and conversion into 22 homes while a further 25 have been built in the grounds.View case study
This new housing development in Tutshill, Gloucestershire; is the village where JK Rowling spent her childhood and which inspired many Harry Potter books.View case study
This small development of six new build homes in the grounds of a former hospital in Alloa has proven it can deal with the harshest of Scotland’s wet weather thanks to the proven performance and durability of the Deepstyle 115mm rainwater system.View case study
As part of a long-term restoration scheme to help fund the conservation of historic Grade I and Grade II listed buildings within the estate, the first phase has seen home builder Miller Homes install the Cascade cast iron style rainwater system on 64 new properties for the new Eastern Village.View case study
Housebuilder St George required a high-capacity downpipe system that would offer exceptional drainage efficiency for the large roof areas of Beaufort Park's apartment buildings and Cascade was chosen for this landmark north west London project.View case study
Featuring four luxury homes, this small development near the Cornish town of St Agnes were finished with the Deepstyle 115mm rainwater system in Anthracite Grey to match the windows and doors.View case study
The rural Cotswolds countryside inspired the design and finish of these luxury homes in Gloucestershire needed that finishing touch to conform to the style of traditional buildings within the rural Cotswold landscape, the Cascade cast iron style rainwater system met the requirement.View case study
When this former riding stable was converted into three luxury homes, the builder specified the Deepstyle 170mm super sized gutter to ensure water was efficiently drained from its cedar roof, whilst the 105mm round downpipes also add to the features of this timber framed building.View case study
The restoration of Grade II listed Showers Farm in the heart of historical Kingsland, Herefordshire required a sympathetic rainwater solution. The Cascade 112mm Roundstyle gutter and 68mm round downpipes were specified to blend perfectly with the historical surroundings.View case study
Dating back to 1813 this Grade II Listed windmill is a truly unique building and has faced many challenges in its lifetime. Having been painstakingly restored it boasts some modern materials that have been selected to sit alongside traditional materials, including the Cascade cast iron style rainwater and soil systems.View case study
This Grade II Listed building required a modern cast iron effect soil system during its conversion to 12 luxury apartments. Brett Martin's Cascade cast iron effect soil system complemented the traditional cast iron guttering perfectly.View case study