Finlock Gutter Removal and Replacement in Milton Keynes

WWII left Britain with a steel shortage, meaning between the ‘50s and ‘70s, many homes were built with concrete or ‘Finlock’ gutters. These systems were once a clever adaptation, but with a maximum lifespan of about 30 years have since become problematic for homeowners. At Finlock Removals, we can help. Talk to us today to discuss your options.

Solutions to Finlock guttering problems at your Milton Keynes property

With a centrally-located HQ, and site teams up and down the country, Finlock Removals is the ideal choice for your concrete gutter removal and replacement. We approach each client and property as individuals and work with you to find the best solution to your specific issues.


How Finlock Removals can help your Milton Keynes home

Finlock Removals have an abundance of knowledge, and with over 20 years of experience, means we have seen all the issues that are common with Finlock guttering and are more than trained to safely remove the Finlock guttering from your property.

With the use of diamond-tipped cutting tools, our teams will carefully remove your damaged Finlock guttering before tidying and sealing the area behind pressure treated timber and fitting new long-lasting, high-performance uPVC guttering in a style and colour of your choice.

If you and your neighbours share a downpipe, we can even blend your uPVC system with their remaining Finlock guttering – a process that requires a great deal of skill and specialised know-how, but one our teams are proficient in.

Our site teams are fully qualified and insured for your peace of mind, and armed with the latest tools of the trade including Easi-Dec access equipment that negates the need for scaffolding and the associated costs.

Better yet, once we’ve completed the installation process, our friendly aftercare team will be on hand whenever you need them and all our products and workmanship come with decades of warranty.


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The advantages of having your concrete guttering replaced

With your deteriorating Finlock guttering removed, you’ll be able to enjoy a number of benefits.

Protects cavity wall insulation
Longer lifespan
Stops damp, mould and leaks
Reduces cold bridging
Improves aesthetic of the property
Increases saleability of the property
Improved energy efficiency
Less hassle with future repair work

The replacement process

Step 1

Step 1

We have invested heavily in supplying our teams with the latest Easi-dec access equipment which reduces the need for scaffolding, saving you money and hassle. The fitters will erect their Easi-dec upon arrival and remove it the same day.

Step 2

Step 2

The first steps involve pushing back the first row of tiles, removing any failed aluminium lining and also removing any of the face plates that can be found on the square style of concrete gutters.

Step 3

Step 3

We use a diamond tipped cutting blade to cut away your finlock concrete blocks. This is a noisy, dusty process and one that has to be done properly to avoid any structural damage to the property

Step 4

Step 4

We install a pressure treated timber faceplate to the remaining concrete, this gives us a straight and solid base to attach the uPVC products to and also helps eliminate cold bridging.

Step 5

Step 5

Using only the best materials is paramount to our work, we will install a uPVC fascia, soffit and guttering to your property. All of our materials have a 50 year manufacturers guarantee and they will not fade or discolour.

Step 6

Step 6

We will install an EPS (Eaves Protection System) tray to your property. This slides underneath the felt and overruns into the new guttering. It provides ventilation to your roof space, stops water getting through any tears or holes along the bottom of your felt and directs all water perfectly into the new guttering.

Step 7

Step 7

One of the final and most crucial stages is joining your lovely new uPVC guttering to next doors concrete guttering (if you share a downpipe). We have a tried and tested method for doing this and it require a lot of skill – skill that we have in abundance.

Step 8

Step 8

Finally we will clean up any mess, put all your rubbish into a heavy duty hippo waste bag which will be collected and then we leave your house looking stunning and the envy of your neighbours.

The benefits of choosing us

We can name countless reasons why we’re the choice for Finlock gutter removals in Milton Keynes, but here are just a few:

Over 20 years of industry experience

We have decades of experience in the industry, so there’s nothing we don’t know about concrete guttering replacement and repair.

Highly qualified installation teams

All of our teams are fully qualified and insured craftsmen who are equipped with the latest access equipment for a professional job.

Large selection of styles and colours

We only supply the best quality uPVC materials in a range of colours and styles to suit the aesthetic and budget of each customer.

Long warranties for peace of mind

Our products and work come with decades of warranty to ensure your peace of mind and our after-care team supports you beyond the installation.

Completed installation on your home in Milton Keynes

Before any work starts on your property, we’ll consult with you on the issues your Finlock is causing as well as your budget and the most suitable options for you.

To get your process started, we offer both in-person and remote initial consultations and quoting, as well as flexible payment options allowing you to spread your Finlock replacement costs over several payments.

Just fill in the form below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. If we’ve worked on your property before, don’t forget to drop us an email at with any feedback.

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