Keeping your gutters clean and free of debris is one of the easiest home maintenance task you can do to increase the value and safety of your property. If you don’t perform regular gutter repair and maintenance, then you may end up with larger problems like water damage to your roof and siding and even foundation damage.

Emergency Gutter Repairs

Emergency gutter repairs are needed when you encounter issues like extreme sagging, large leaks, missing gutter sections, or rodent damage.

Other problems that require immediate repair include loose downspouts, stubborn clogs, an incorrect slope, or weather damage. All of these issues can develop into even bigger problems, since water is not being correctly channeled away from your roof, walls, and foundation.

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Gutter Installation

Gutter installation can be done yourself or by a professional. But before deciding to install gutters on your own, it’s important to take into consideration whether you are really prepared to complete the job correctly.

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  • At-Home Gutter Installation

Professional Gutter Installation

When you hire a professional, you are hiring not only a crew but a consultant. A professional can help you decide which style of gutters will be the most effective for your home and the area where you live. While your gutter installation cost will be higher when you hire a professional, that’s a service that can protect both your home and your property values. Learn more about gutter installation.

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At-Home Gutter Installation

Gutter installation can be tricky and mistakes can be costly. Before deciding to install your own gutters, consider the following: are you familiar with the slope required for your roof as well as the best style of gutter system that will work best with your property? Do you have all the tools you’ll need, including time to complete the job and someone to assist you? And finally, are you prepared to potentially pay to fix any mistakes? If you hesitate to answer any of these questions in the affirmative, you may want to hire a professional to do it for you.

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Gutter Styles & Materials

Did you know that the style of gutter you have on your home is extremely important? And it’s not just a matter of style preference. The weather your property withstands and the style of roof it has should both dictate what kind of gutters you install. There are multiple types of gutter styles and materials to choose from.

Gutter Styles

For styles, you have half-round, k-style, custom built and downspouts. Half-round gutters are easy to clean and carry water well, but they need brackets to install, unlike other gutter styles. K-style gutters are square and the outer side looks like crown molding. They carry the most water and are very durable, but are more difficult to clean. Custom-built gutters are seamless, while other gutters come in sections. Custom gutters must be installed by a professional. Downspouts are part of every gutter system; they are how the water drains to the ground. You should have one downspout for every 35 linear feet of gutters.

Gutter Materials

Each of these systems come in different materials as well. Aluminum gutters are the most common. They last around 20 years. Vinyl gutters are a cheap option and are easier to install on your own. However, they are known to crack. Finally, there are zinc and copper gutters. These gutter types are more expensive but also much more durable. They can last up to 50 years! They also do well in all weather conditions. Learn more about gutter types and which one is the best option for your property.