Gutter Mate Ltd


Supplies the Gutter Mate, a rain water filter and diverter. The filter filters all the rain water whether you are saving the water to a water butt or sending it into your soakaway. The Gutter Mate filter eliminates the need to climb a ladder to clean out your gutters, as it collects the debris from the gutters in the filter basket. You can turn the water diverter on or off depending on if you want to save water or not. Cleaning the filter basket is a 30 second job. Inspection can be made without dismantling the filter.

Haydon Robinson, founder of Gutter Mate, recognised the growing need for an affordable, practical answer to storing and recycling rainwater. He looked for products offering rainwater harvesting in a safe, reliable way.

He couldn’t find any, so he invented the original Gutter Mate, the leaf filter and diverter. It uniquely diverts and filters all the water before it is stored or used. He went on to create a fine mesh insert which allows rainwater to be reused for domestic and commercial purposes both inside and outside the building.

Gutter Mate is a thriving family business which is passionate about finding and creating quality, innovative products to help with rainwater harvesting.

The Gutter Mate range gives you everything you need efficient rainwater harvesting systems:

  • Collection – of filtered rainwater using our Gutter Mate rainwater diverter
  • Storage – via our water butts, wooden water barrels and rainwater tanks
  • Watering – using automatic watering systems for garden watering and irrigation.

Our products are dependable and long lasting. Our customer service is excellent.

We won the Hertfordshire Green Business Award 2011 for Best Recycling Project.

Gutter Mate’s filter is approved by the Water Technology List and recommended by Waterwise.


Tel: +44 (0) 1462 429 765


7 Paynes Park,
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG5 1EH
United Kingdom

Key Words

Guttermate, rainwater diverter, gutter mate, water diverter, rainwater diverters, rain diverter, rainsaver

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 2 May, 2012 - 17:02
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 2 May, 2012 - 17:02

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