Proper water management is necessary for protecting your home. If you have no gutters, improperly installed gutters or undersized gutters, your home is at risk of damage to wood trim & siding. In addition, poor water management can lead to water infiltration causing mold and damage to your foundation. A damaged foundation can result in flooded basements and/or crawl spaces.
5″ K-Style Aluminum Gutters
5″ K-Style seamless gutters are the standard size for small, residential installations. We use .027-gauge aluminum, so your 5″ seamless gutters won’t be vulnerable to dents or tears. We secure them with hidden hangers placed every 2 feet to ensure proper mounting.
6″ K-Style Aluminum Gutters
6″ K-Style seamless gutters are the standard size for medium-to-large residential and commercial properties. We use .032-gauge aluminum, so your 6″ seamless gutters won’t be vulnerable to dents or tears. We secure them with hidden hangers placed every 2 feet to ensure proper mounting.
Aluminum Leaf Guards
Our leaf guards are made completely of aluminum, so they never rust. They are installed in 10-foot sections, with arrangements for downspout access. To prevent any damage to your shingles or voiding your roof warranty, we always install leaf guards below the roof line and not underneath your shingles.
No mesh for squirrels or birds to use for nests.
No foam inside gutters to restrict water flow or provide area for vegetation to grow.
No unsightly bump above your gutter like you see with a reverse-curve guards, which ruins your home’s curb appeal.
- According to the World Health Organization, the United States leads the world in ladder deaths. Each year, there are more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries and 300 deaths in the U.S. that are caused by falls from ladders.
- Most ladder deaths are from falls of 10 feet or less.
- Over the past decade, the number of people who have died from falls from ladders has tripled.
- Falls from ladders are the leading cause of ladder-related injuries, followed by using a ladder improperly, using a faulty or defective ladder, and simple carelessness.
Information from: InterNachi