A HOMEOWNER fears gallons of water could cause his conservatory to collapse after the guttering of his house was severed.
Arthur Warner, 49, of Middlewich Road, Stanthorne, says the dirty water has been crashing on to the conservatory roof ever since Winsford-based firm Window Seal left a hole in guttering above the conservatory more than a month ago.
Despite his desperate pleas, the firm has still not repaired the damage.
Arthur said: 'I'm scared that someone could get seriously hurt. If me and my family are in the conservatory and the roof caves in then I dread to think what could happen.
'What's happening is like throwing buckets and buckets of dirty water on to the conservatory roof from a height of 20ft every day. It's especially bad because of all the rain we've been having recently - the noise when it's pouring down is deafening. I can't believe they still haven't done anything about it.'
The damage to the gutters was done when workmen, making improvements to Mr Warner's next door neighbour's house, asked to take apart the gutters of his house but seemingly failed to re-connect them properly.
Arthur, who runs Winsfordbased taxi firm Sam's Cabs, said: 'I was fine about them coming in and doing some work, because it's a semi-detached house and our gutters are joined together.
'But it's annoying because I gave them permission to make these changes on the understanding that everything would be put right.
'I made a complaint, they admitted they were wrong but they've done nothing about it.'
Philip Cross, of Window Seal, said: 'If there is a complaint we look into it and rectify it as soon as possible.
'We've been in this competitive business for 24 years and of course if there is something that needs doing then we'll do it. We're having trouble finding the right parts but we're dealing with it.'