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Do you install with traditional spike and ferrules?
No, our installations only include hidden hangers or a custom exposed option to hang half round style gutters.

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Do you provide gutter board installation if my home requires it prior to the gutter installation?
Yes, we can install new or repair existing gutter board as well as finish it out with painting before your gutters are installed.

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Does your forming machine account for inside/outside corners?
Your gutters are machined on site as seamless, continuous pieces at their lineal horizontal runs. The corners are fabricated on site and silicone sealed. Downspout materials travel with the installation team to your home and are prefabricated.

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If I want a half round style say just for the front of the house, can you provide this? Is it a special order to have this half round style?
Absolutely we can. This is not a special order. Our machines can form 5” and 6” standard gutter materials into the half round style on site.

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What is a rain gutter really for?
The main function of a rain gutter is to divert water down from the roof of your home to the ground in such a way that it does not damage the building or lawn. This has several specific purposes.

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What do rain gutters protect the house from?
Rain water can run down exterior walls of your home, and could create or accelerate wood to rot. Gutters significantly prevent this. They also divert water away from your home helping to relieve water accumulation at the foundation level.

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Why should I consider erosion being a problem?
Soil erosion can occur due to uncontrolled rain water runoff. This roof water can damage your lawn, soil or mulch, along with delicate landscaping plants. It is a good idea to control your home’s roof to ground level water flow.

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How will gutters save me money?
Your new gutters will deter water flooding, prevent soil erosion, as well as prevent wood from rotting. Your paint and stain on your home will be further protected with gutters.

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What are the different types of gutters?

Wood Gutters - This gutter type was once considered a traditional construction system. Now this type is very rare except in restoration work. These can also be expensive running anywhere from $12 per linear foot to $20, depending on the wood type.

Continuous Aluminum Gutters - Considered the most common product used today, this gutter holds more water than traditional wood gutters. Although this type is generally recommended, one disadvantage of this material is that they may deform when a heavy ladder is leaned up against them. This can be easily avoided by careful use of ladders.

Vinyl and Plastic - These materials are commonly used and often sold in do-it-yourself hardware stores. This type of gutter is easy to install yourself. If properly installed, this product is a good product. Vinyl gutters do not rust or rot, are the easiest to cut and can be installed by you, over a weekend. The downside of these materials is that they can become brittle with age or in extreme cold. Even though vinyl or plastic gutters can cost only $3 to $5 per 10 ft. in length, they can end up costing $3 to $5 per linear foot when you factor in couplings, hangers and downspouts.

Integral Gutters - Popular in the 60’s, this type of gutter worked by using the end of the rafters and fascia on a sloped roof to form this system. The advantage of this gutter is that it holds more water than most other gutter types. The disadvantage to this type of gutter is the potential for leaks, which can result in damage to the framing, fascia, soffit and sheathing of the roof. To prevent this damage from happening, these gutters should be inspected every few years. If you have this gutter type and find that the risk and maintenance are too great, it is possible to convert this gutter into a standard configuration at the time of re-roofing.

Steel Gutters - Most homeowners choose these types of gutters. Galvanized steel gutters tend to be the most economical. The price of these gutters range from $4 to $8 per linear foot installed. Although steel gutters prove to be more durable and can withstand ladders and fallen branches, even galvanized steel can eventually rust through. Stainless steel gutters are strong, rust-free and can maintain their high sheen for years. As they say, “you get what you pay for” and for this type of gutter, that is definitely true. The cost of this type is about $20 per linear foot.

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What are some of the facts I should know before replacing my gutters?

Estimates - Estimating the cost of a home improvement or building project is an important step in the building process. Contact us to schedule an appointment and let us provide you a quality, competitive free estimate.

Calculation - The cost of a seamless gutter installation will be the sum of the labor, material, overhead and profit. Depending on the geographical location of the installation and the material chosen, the cost will range from $3 to $9 per lineal foot as of 2010.

Types - Special materials used to form the gutter can greatly increase the cost. Copper, stainless steel and galvanized metal used to form a gutter are special order materials that range in price from $4 to $25 per lineal foot.

Considerations - Professional installers will vary in price, and we will provide you the lowest price with the highest quality materials. Our materials and installation are backed by warranties you can trust. Our installation teams are insured and ready to install at your home. A typical installation takes only a one day. With little down time you are free to continue enjoying the beauty and benefits from your new seamless gutters.