Have your gutters been damaged by one of our latest heavy storms? Are you in need of new gutters to help with rain runoff? Is your ground constantly wet and soggy near the foundation of your house? Are your gutters constantly getting clogged with leaves or other debris? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may need your gutters repaired or replaced. Let us handle all your gutter needs and all your roof siding. Contact us today at 469-209-4113 or fill out the form.
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Gutters are often overlooked by many home owners. Unseen with debris, gutters can lead to compromised foundations, mold growth near your foundation and costly repairs. We guarantee top installation the first time, with quick and easy service. If your gutters are needing repaired, call us today! We cover all your roofing needs- from roofing to gutters and all that’s in between. Let us be your local roofing contractors for the Garland area.
Gutter Installation: Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I clean my gutters? This varies on the time of year, as well as the amount of debris that are regularly in your gutters. If you live in a heavily wooded area in the fall, you may have to clean your gutters on a daily basis. If you can look up and see leaves in your gutters, they need to be cleaned. If you want a little extra maintenance, you can have a professional clean your gutters once a year or so, and the professional can check for things like loose gutters or leaking corners.
Is there a way to make my gutters require less maintenance? If you live near lots of trees, you may not have the time to clean your gutters every day. In this case, we recommend a good-quality leaf screen to keep your gutters clear. Some screens will come with a zero-clog guarantee so your gutter maintenance is kept to a minimum. You could also opt for a solid-top option, which has a curved bullnose to funnel water into the gutter without the leaves that may come with it. The debris will fall to the ground, while the water enters the gutter.
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What gutter material has the best longevity? Some gutter materials are stronger than others. Each material also has its own pitfalls as well as its own benefits. For example, steel is the strongest gutter material, but it will inevitably rust no matter how well you take care of it. Aluminum and copper, on the other hand, are non-rusting materials. These types of gutters can last for decades if they are properly installed and taken care of. Most homeowners will opt for aluminum if they're looking for a metal gutter, because although copper gutters are strong and beautiful, they can also be quite pricey.