West Midlands Concrete Gutter Replacement
If you’ve got concrete guttering – also known as finlock guttering – installed on your property then there’s a very good chance that you already know all about concrete gutter problems. The system itself was only ever installed on 70,000 houses in the UK, and that relatively low number can be traced back to the fact that it is a system which is packed with flaws.
Although the problems caused by failing concrete gutters will differ slightly from case to case, the solution offered in too many cases is simply not up to the task of making things better. This solution involves sealing concrete guttering by installing or replacing a concrete gutter lining, but the truth is that this won’t make things better. The new lining might seal the gaps which appear where the concrete has fallen away externally, but the issues caused by a failing gutter will actually only get worse after a new lining has been fitted.
Why Replace Concrete Gutters?
The exact nature of those issues will vary slightly from property to property, depending upon the exact location of the guttering and the degree to which it is failing. The tell-tale signs to look out for, however, are often those which indicate water is able to ingress into the property, and can include water marks, unappealing damp patches and even the growth of potentially harmful patches of mould. In the longer term, the only genuinely effective solution to the problem of failing concrete guttering is to have it all completely replaced with uPVC guttering, a maintenance free option which, thanks to Adeft Services LTD, is more affordable than ever.
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Concrete Gutters Throughout West Midlands
When you come to us to replace your concrete guttering with a uPVC alternative the many benefits will include:
Concrete guttering can damage the fabric of your home
impact on your finances and even potentially hurt the health of your family. Rather than risk all of that, call us today to discuss replacing it with a new uPVC alternative.