If you’ve noticed leak or formation of damp located on the upper section your walls, this could be a sign that there is a problem with your gutters.
In some cases, choosing gutter replacement will be your best option – perhaps if the leaking occurs in multiple places in your home, for greater peace of mind, replacing the whole gutter could help rectify the problem. However, if the leak appears to occur in one place, gutter relining may be a more cost-effective solution for you.
If you’re not sure which of our services will suit your best, here at Finlock Guttering, we can provide more information on our gutter replacement. Don’t hesitate to get in touch, or carry on reading to find out more.
Gutter relining involved fitting your existing gutters with a rubber lining, encouraging improved waterflow in your gutters and reducing the likelihood of ‘puddling’.
Standing water can cause a multitude of issues, including absorption into your walls which could cause a leak inside your home. Concrete finlock gutters typically cause this, due to their outdated design.
In the summer when the suns got to the concrete it will expand and contract and the joints will open up as these are in sectionals. The same happens in the winter as the ice and frost open up the cracks in the joints, allowing moisture to get into your home.
However, our gutter relining service works to repurpose your existing gutters, improve their functionality and reduce the need for immediate gutter replacement.
Gutter relining is a great choice if you are experiencing issues with one area of your house. Perhaps there is one section that you are noticing a leak and believe it to be due to your gutter causing a build-up of water.
Lining this area of gutters with our made-to-measure rubber membrane will not only help to alleviate the problem, but reducing the need for you to pay for a full gutter replacement that you may not need and may not be able to afford at this moment in time.
Our gutter relining solutions can increase the life expectancy of your gutters by up to 50 years, making it a sensible investment that will help keep your home dry and comfortable.
Before carrying out any of our finlock gutter solutions, we will examine your home’s gutters, and offer our expert advice when it comes to choosing a service to best suit your requirements.
If you’re experiencing a problem with certain areas of your government and believe you would benefit from gutter relining, get in touch with Finlock Guttering Solutions today.