This homeowner called us to take a look at their gutters which were not draining properly and water was running right off the roof rather than through the gutters. Our inspection showed that the gutters were damaged and pitched incorrectly, so new gutters were the best option. This homeowner decided they liked the coated copper gutter option, and the new gutters came out looking great.
This homeowner called in about rotting wooden gutters that needed to be replaced before the rainy season. After inspecting their home we found that they not only needed to replace their gutters but their fascia boards as well. As a result, we replaced their fascia boards and installed brand new aluminum gutters which offer greater durability and protection for their home.
Homeowner called about a rotting wooden gutter system that was causing leaks and ice dams. The lack of depth on the wood gutters lead to build up in debris and poor distribution of precipitation. We went forward with installing new fascia boards, soffit, and aluminum gutters.
Homeowner called about a leak in their home underneath a metal roof. When we went in to inspect, we found an extremely aged shingle roof, malfunctioning gutters, and poor ridge ventilation. Here is the before and after of the new aluminum gutters.
This customer was having issues with the existing gutters leaking profusely and with water running behind them rather than through them. When deciding what type of gutters would work best when replacing the existing system, our certified expert decided that lead coated copper would be the best option.