Spreading the cost with finance from Finlock Removals

As the UK’s best Finlock gutter removal company, we understand that, even in light of the costs of not replacing your Finlock guttering, the upfront cost of Finlock gutter removal can seem a little daunting, especially under current circumstances.

That’s why we offer flexible payment options including financing. With us, you can pay nothing for the first six months and then spread the cost of your Finlock removal for as little as £54 per month.

This way, you can protect your home sooner rather than later and manage the cost in smaller, more affordable payments.

All the while that you wait, debating the cost, your Finlock guttering is causing more and more damage to your home’s structure and costing you money in heating bills. Now, you can get ahead of rising bills and improve your home’s thermal efficiency, all for a manageable monthly cost.

To get your free, no-obligation Finlock gutter removal quote, fill out our easy form today and our friendly team will be in touch as soon as possible.

How much does it cost to remove Finlock gutters?

Unfortunately, the answer to this question is: it depends. How much your Finlock concrete gutter removal will cost will be determined by a few factors including the size of your property, how easy your guttering is to access, how much site time is required by our team and what kind of uPVC replacements you opt for.

To find out an accurate price, you can fill out our easy form with your information and we’ll get back to you with a free, no-obligation quote that’s tailored to you and your property.

What is the cost of not having Finlock removal?

We’d argue that this is the question you should be more concerned with. In the long term, the cost of leaving your Finlock guttering in place is likely to be several times that of having it removed.

  • Thermal bridging – Your Finlock guttering represents a breaking point in your home’s insulation and will bleed heat into the outside world, inflating your heating bills.
  • Health costs – Because of the heat loss and cold spots caused by Finlock guttering, damp spots can form which, in turn, leads to mould growth which is detrimental to your health.
  • Damp damage – Either as a result of cold damp or leaching through weak points in old guttering, water can enter and damage your home, leaving you with hefty repair bills.

In almost all cases, Finlock gutter removal is the more cost effective route and will save you money in the long run. You can learn more about the costs of not replacing your Finlock in our blog post here.

Plus, we provide an extensive 20-year warranty on all of our installations, further reinforced by a 10-year insurance-backed warranty, so you can be sure that you’re investing in something that’ll last.