Leaking conservatory gulley/gutter joint

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by jc2001, 17 Nov 2011.

  1. jc2001

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    A small leak has developed in the corner of my conservatory which I suspect is caused by a failed gulley (metal) to plastic gutter joint which is currently joined with a grey sealer. The conservatory is is about 6 years old.

    What is the best approach for fixing this or should I go back to the installer? I have considered Spray 'n' Seal or Rescue 911.

    John

     
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    Forget any type of spray sealer, it needs to be removed/replaced/refitted. You could go back to the installer and see what they say, I don't think they will be very helpful after 6 years.

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    OK Thanks Andy.

    Please can someone suggest what is the best sealant to use when remaking the joint?

    John
     
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    CT1 is fantastic!..... Even works under water.
     
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    Thanks. I'll give a try.
    John
     
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