Concrete Gutter Replacement North Yorkshire
If you’re unlucky enough to be living with the impact of failing concrete guttering then you’ll know just how serious this problem can be. Only 70,000 houses in the whole of the UK were ever built with concrete guttering – also known as finlock guttering – installed, and the reason the practice came to a halt was that concrete gutters inevitably fail after some time.
When this happens, the concrete gutter problems it causes can have a drastic impact on the life of the people involved. A failing concrete gutter will let water ingress to the interior of the property. Once this happens the water can attack the fabric of walls and ceilings, causing a combination of hidden damage and visible issues. The visible signs will vary from case to case but could include water marks, damp patches and even the growth of mould on surfaces. This last is particularly serious since, as well as looking unpleasant, mould presents a potential threat to people’s health.
Why Replace Concrete Gutters?
Clearly, anyone experiencing all of this will be keen to source concrete gutter solutions, but the solutions offered are often not up to the task in hand. All too often concrete gutter repair is recommended, hinging upon fixing or replacing the concrete gutter lining. As this lining was only ever intended to cover gaps when the concrete falls way externally, this ‘fix’ will actually only make the problems for the householder worse. The only genuine solution is to have the concrete gutter removed and replaced, and the best possible replacement is a no maintenance uPVC alternative.
Here at Adeft Services LTD we know everything there is
to know about concrete gutter replacement.
Concrete Gutters Throughout North Yorkshire
We’re the experts when it comes to carrying out work of this kind, and if you come to Adeft Services LTD to have your gutters replaced you’ll enjoy the following:
If your concrete guttering is failing then it will be lowering the value of your property
Potentially damaging the health of people living there. Get in touch with us today and we’ll explain exactly how we can solve the problem for you.