sumps

Sumps are attached between a box gutter and a downpipe where they collect stormwater before sending it down the downpipe.

A rainwater sump catches any debris or unwanted materials from travelling down the drain pipe and into any drains. This ensures that there is no blockage of any kind, meaning that all of your roofing accessories can function at their optimal level.

It also ensures that nasty debris doesn’t enter the drainage system and wreak havoc on the environment.

Available Colours

Sizing and Materials

Our standard sumps generally come in two depths; 100mm or 150mm, however you can customise the depth to suit your requirements. These two depths are accompanied by a range of different heights and lengths, providing a varied selection to choose from. In some circumstances we can also custom-make sumps specific to your needs. Contact us to discuss your made-to-order options.

Available in Zincalume®, Colorbond® steel, galvanised, stainless steel and copper, our sumps are made to blend in with any home.

Types of Sumps

flat bottom sump

Flat Bottom Sump</