Product Code: N/A

Aluminium bean section to sit on top of windows

Also available in Golden Oak and Rosewood Foiled Finish – POA.
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Eavesbeam Key Features:

  • Accommodates a clip on gutter system
  • Comes with glazing support
  • Easy to use

What is an Eavesbeam?

An Eavesbeam is an aluminium beam located at the front of a glazed structure.                                                                                                             

What are Eavesbeams used for?

Eavesbeams are used to support self-supported glazing bars.

What is the best thing about Eavesbeams?

The best thing about Eavesbeams is they are simple to install and provide a complete and clean finish.

Why should end users use STORM’s Eavesbeams instead of a competitors?

End users should use STORM’s Eavesbeams instead of a competitors because they are easy to use and can adapt to a clip on rainwater system.

Who are the type of customers that commonly use Eavesbeams (which industries/sectors/job types)

The customers that would use this product are within the double glazing industry and the home improvement sector.

Where are Eavesbeams most commonly installed?

Eavesbeams are most commonly installed in conservatories or glazed structures

When should an Eavesbeam be considered and installed?

An Eavesbeam should be considered and installed when building a conservatory or a self-supporting glazed roof.

What size should an Eavesbeam be?

An Eavesbeam should be the same size as the external dimensions of the roof.

What is the function of an Eavesbeam?

The function of an Eavesbeam is to provide support for glazing bars out of window frames.

What thicknesses polycarbonate can you use with an Eavesbeam?

You can use 16mm, 25mm and 35mm Polycarbonate with Eavesbeams.

Eavesbeam’s are Ideal for:

  • Lean-to conservatory roofs
  • Carports

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