Gutters are a hugely important part of your home. A good gutter system takes water away from the foundation, preventing problems like mold, wood rot, and other issues that can be costly.
At Elbert, we offer free gutter repair estimates so you can find out how your gutter systems are working. We have specialized calculations to determine just how much water your home will shed in each area, and just how your gutters should be shaped and directed to best handle water flow.
If you do need your gutters repaired or replaced, we use Quality Edge metal products, which are thicker and stronger than most gutters available. We use Quality Edge because we know these gutters will hold up better under the pressure of intense storms, and they'll last you longer.
How can you tell if your gutters need repaired or replaced?
Aside from doing some water flow math, here's what we look for:
Leaks in corners, staining, or water overflows form water, or rust in steel gutters. Gutters should hang level, so if your gutters are turning down more towards the front, water can spill over and cause damage.
Galvanized steel gutters will rust at some point. Then, they'll start sagging if they aren't secured well.
Joints can also pull apart over time, causing leaking.
If it's raining, you can check for overflow issues.
If water is coming from behind the gutter board, we may also need to look at your roof and other potential causes.
We know style and options are important to our customers. That's why we offer a variety of gutter screens and other protection to keep your gutters functioning their best and looking great. We can help you determine which type of gutter cover best suits your homes unique surroundings and tree cover.
We do plenty of custom gutter work, from oversized gutters to troughs and more. We even offer beautiful custom copper gutters and downspouts.
We offer custom downspouts and rain barrels. Rain barrels are a great way to conserve water and keep your plants green. With a 50 gallon capacity, there's no need to worry during the dry months of summer.