Product History

  • 1980s leaflet

    1980s leaflet

Click here for a free, no-obligation quotation

Aluminium Seamless Gutters Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire - History

Seamless gutters originated in Canada and the USA as long ago as the first half of the 20th century. Jerry Willock was instrumental in the introduction of Seamless Aluminium Gutters into the UK in the early 1980's, when there was a strong demand for low-maintenance property solutions. Jerry Willock was the first supplier of Seamless Aluminium Gutters in Manchester and the North West (see 'The Original') and has now become a leading authority in rainwater goods and systems in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

Why People Choose Seamless Aluminium Gutters

Damage caused by leaking gutters can run into thousands of pounds and lead to days of misery and worry. Insurance companies expect that you will take responsibility to maintain and upkeep your property. Many will not pay out to rectify problems caused by leaking gutters. Seamless aluminium gutters offer several advantages over traditional sectional gutters and inferior materials. Being seamless, there are no joints, and since there are no joints, there are no leaks. The factory-applied paint finish is resistent to cracking and blistering, reducing the need for time-consuming and costly maintenance and repair. Aluminium will not rot or rust and, whilst lightweight, it is incredibly strong and rigid, easily withstanding the weight of a ladder. Seamless gutters are produced to your exact requirements on site so there is no wastage to consider. Flow capacity is around three times that of a normal half-round domestic gutter, making it far less prone to overflowing and spilling water back into your property during heavy rainfall.

  • Stronger than inferior materials
  • Attractive Ogee shape
  • Colours: black, brown, grey or white
  • Long life expectancy
  • Single lengths of up to 30m (100 feet)
  • Size:125mm x 100mm (5x4")
  • Large internal flow capacity carries three times more water
  • Recyclable material
  • Environmentally friendly

See 'Technical' for further details.

Return to top of page