The 11 meter run of guttering along the eastern side of our house has been rusting away for the past year or more. I stopped one of these traveling gutter replacement men a couple of months ago and they wanted 300 baht/meter for the standard galvanised steel guttering. The stainless variety was more expensive at 500 - 600 baht/meter (I think). I asked about repairing a 3 meter section, cut out and replace, but it was pretty clear he was not interested. All or nothing. So, with a 3 meter down pipe (3oo baht/meter too) I would have to fork out for 14 meters @ 300 baht = 4,200 baht for the job (and the same old rubbish that rusted away in the first place). I did some research and looked at the PVC guttering available in IQ, HomePro and Thai Watsadu. In the end I settled on a range called Ezy, dark brown, PVC guttering from www.vggutter.com stocked by Thai Wasadu. The range is also available in white and blue although Thai Watsadu only stock the white and dark brown. The brown is a better choice of colour for our house. Total cost for a 11 meter run, 4 x 3 meter pieces of guttering plus mounting brackets, joining brackets, end caps, down pipe collector assy and premium quality plastic cement was around 3,000 baht. I was able to reuse my existing 2 1/2" blue PVC down pipe although I may need to paint it brown to match. One reason I choose this product above the others on the market was the availability of a galvanised steel grid leaf guard to go with the guttering. Day 1 - made good progress to remove a 5 meter section of the old guttering and down pipe and suss out how to fit the new guttering and brackets. Successfully installed a 3 meter section of guttering with an end cap. Day 2 - removed the remaining old guttering and fitted a 2 meter section with the downpipe collector assy. Trimmed to length and modified the fitting to attach the downpipe to the downpipe collector assy and the drain. Fitted the downpipe to the guttering. Day 3 - installed the remaining 6 meters of guttering. Working hours were 07.00 to 09.00 daily to take advantage of the cool working conditions. Now all I need is a good downpour so I can do a QC on the finished work.