Do You Need a Downspout Extender?

Rainwater expelled from downspouts should be deposited a minimum of five feet away from the foundation of your home. When it’s too close for comfort, especially if the water pools or is left standing, serious water damage could develop. Using… Read More »

Signs Your Shed Needs Gutters

It’s just a standard size shed in the backyard used as a workshop and for storing garden tools and sports equipment no longer being used but family members are reluctant to throw out. Does it really need gutters? If you… Read More »

All about Downpipes

Downpipes are an integral part of your gutter system, designed to channel water from the gutters into the ground. They are often overlooked and added as an afterthought. But with careful planning and some practical knowledge, downpipes can improve the… Read More »

Preventing Gutters from Overflowing

Overflowing gutters can cause a homeowner major problems that might be expensive to fix. If you’ve been dealing with water spilling out of the gutter channel for a while, it’s time to take action. Stopping them now or preventing gutters… Read More »

Do You Need New Gutters?

This spring when, you’re cleaning the gutters, it’s probably a good idea to take the time to inspect them, as well. Gutters and downspouts free of debris is a good thing. But to further prevent the possibility of water damage… Read More »

Top 5 Reasons to Maintain Your Gutters

Ideally, gutters and downpipes should be inspected twice a year, once in spring before the season “officially” begins, and once in fall, after the leaves have fallen. You can time the inspections with the task of cleaning the gutters. It’s… Read More »