When Buying Gutters Decision No. 3 – Size

The third decision a person buying a gutter system makes is the size of gutter. Gutter size is the measurement from the back to the front of the opening to the gutter channel. The larger the gutter, the more expensive… Read More »

Signs of Poor Drainage

While drainage problems typically become prevalent during spring and winter months, signs of poor drainage can manifest themselves year-round. The signs can be subtle; look for these symptoms of poor drainage to help you spot and fix potential headaches. Overflowing… Read More »

Reasons Downspouts Don’t Work Properly

Downspouts direct water away from the foundation of your home. Their importance is often downplayed, and they are frequently overlooked when the gutters are being maintained. Here are some reasons downspouts don’t work properly. Not Free of Debris Reason: When… Read More »

Residential Gutter Sizes

Residential gutters share some common denominators, but no two houses are exactly alike when factoring in architectural features, climate and microclimate. Purchasing a gutter system for your home involves a lot of decisions. One of the most important choices is… Read More »

Gutter Slope

Gutter slope is key to properly functioning gutters. Whether you plan on installing your own gutters, having them installed by a professional, or they are already installed, it will be helpful to know what gutter slope is and the role… Read More »

Check the Gutters While it’s Raining

This weekend, take advantage of the predicted rainfall to check the gutters. Especially after our nice long hot summer, and as we head into September, a gutter system should be in optimal working order to handle the stormy weather ahead.… Read More »