Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)
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We have one year warranty on workmanship.
No, the only thing that we will need from the home owner is a fully functioning electrical outlet, we do not need any access to the inside of your home.
We will take down any materials that are currently on your home and will discard them for you. Usually, this is done on repairs, but we will also do so in other situations.
Aluminum is one of the best products on the market. It is cheap, doesn’t rust, and looks good. Steel, however, is cheaper, and it is very tough and sturdy, but tends to have issues with corrosion.
You can definitely fix it yourself if you follow the right steps, however, if you don’t do a good job there is a very high possibility that it will create more of a problem with your eaves.
Depending on where you live leaf guard may be the best option for you. If your eavestrough is near many large trees or has large amounts of debris gathering in them leaf guard is definitely worth the money. It strengthens the eaves immensely and will keep the debris from gathering and clogging your eavestrough. So if you have to constantly get work done on your home for these causes it is worth the money.
During the dry months, the installation can be done in prime conditions with temperature concerns or material problems. If done during those months, the gutter will be done properly and ready for the winter and spring months.
With the proper care and installation your gutters should last around 15-20 years.
Cleaning your gutters will prolong the life of your gutters, this is only necessary once a year for most locations. If your home is located near large trees cleaning twice yearly may also be a wise idea.
- Prevents the flow of water to be disturbed.
- Strengthens the eavestrough enough that a full-grown man can hang off of it.
- Keeps much of the debris out of the trough.
- Cleaning becomes minimal.
- Constant corner leaks
- Showing signs of corrosion
- Eaves can’t keep up with the water flow.
- Eaves are bending away from the facia boards.
- 4in styles gutters (this is an older styled eaves that usually uses nails) this is an easy way to tell that your eaves are older.
Here are a few reasons:
- Incorrect slope to eavestrough.
- Poor caulking job
- Constant expansion and contraction
- Debris damming the water and causing there to be a lack of flow through the corners and to the down pipe.