Watch Out For Three Common Gutter Issues This Spring

Gutters work overtime in during the spring when rainy days are a common occurrence. They didn’t coin the expression “April showers bring May flowers” for nothing! Early spring is a good time to inspect your gutters for damage or issues that may have occurred during the winter months.

Here are three common gutter problems you may see around your home this spring:

      1. Gutters filled with leaves, twigs, and other debris. If your gutters are not protected with


      1. , chances are the winter winds have deposited several things that don’t belong there – like leaves, small limbs, and debris – that can clog the water flow from impending spring rains. If the thought of climbing a ladder to spring clean your gutter doesn’t sound very appealing, call us today for a free, in-home consultation on

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    1. for your home. Our crew will remove the old, clogged gutters and install seamlessly designed LeafGuard gutters that never have to be cleaned!
    1. Clogged or blocked downspouts. Downspouts are an important part of a gutter system since they are in charge of routing water flow away from the home, protecting the foundation and basement from water damage. Leaves and debris that have accumulated throughout the winter can easily block the entrance and exit to the downspout, interrupting the flow of water.
    1. Bent, sagging, or damaged gutters. Snowfall, ice, or hail can all wreak havoc on gutters during the winter, causing them to detach or pull away from the house. If you notice holes, sagging sections, or other indications of damage, be sure to take care of it right away. Holes should be caulked or plugged to prevent water from seeping down the side of your house. Sagging is an indication that some fasteners are missing and need to be replaced.

If your gutters appear to be too far gone, it’s time to consider replacing them. Call us today for more information.

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