Your gutters are an extremely important part of your home whether you give them much thought or not. But once they start clogging up with debris and start overflowing to cause water damage on your roof, it is time for you to start thinking about having a new gutter system installed. The first questions you will probably ask your contractor are, “How much is it going to cost?” and, “How long are they going to last?”.
The LeafLock gutter systems ensure that you will never have to clean your gutters again, simply because they clean themselves! These systems are the most durable of all the gutters on the market, and they are guaranteed to resist any clogs for the rest of your home’s lifespan. Never again will you have to climb up the ladder with a bucket and gloves to reach into the stinky, gooey mess that lives in your old gutters. Once your LeafLock gutters have been installed, you can watch rainwater flow effortlessly down past the downspout.
SnapLock gutters require no nails, no holes and therefore, no leaks! Just like the name, the SnapLock gutters “snap” onto the side of your home. Because these gutters snap easily onto almost any home with no nails involved, fascia rot and ugly sagging gutters are no longer a worry.
Make the Most of It
- You’ll want to take good care of your gutters once they have been installed. But, you need to know how to make them last.
- No Bleach
If you are going to be cleaning the outside of your home with a pressure washer, do not use bleach. The bleach will corrode your gutters’ enamel.
Around the time when your gutters hit the five year mark, call Quality Gutter Systems and have them check out the gutters confirm they are flowing smoothly.
Apply sealant to your gutters every five years in the corners.
A great gutter system should last you anywhere 25-35 years. However, regular upkeep is needed to maintain the system and allow it to continue to work up to its full potential. If you want to switch over to the best gutters on the market, contact Quality Gutter Systems to have your new gutters installed.How to Know You Need New Gutters