Gutter Repair or Replacement
Are your gutters no longer performing like they should? Is rain pouring on your head instead of zipping down the gutter and downspout? Do you have weeds growing out of your gutters? Have you noticed leaf piles in your gutters? Would you rather be eating lunch at Maria Bonitas? Then call Aledo’s Roofer for gutter maintenance and repair. Our crew has the experience and steady feet to attend to all your gutter needs. We can do the cleanout of leaves, debris, soil, etc. Gutters also need regular maintenance. Gutters spikes can work out of their rafter holes. Gutters can develop leaks from their seams, and end caps can start to leak. Downspout rivets can become loose or drop out completely. All these things need to be attended to at least yearly.
Aledo’s Roofers can repair your gutters. Our technicians can install new gutter hangers and seal gutter leaks. Of course, the gutters will be cleaned to a shine. Are your gutters now rusting? That means they are quite old, aluminum and vinyl gutters, which are used now, do not rust. It may be time to consider new gutters. Did you home not ever have gutters installed? Aledo’s Roofer will be happy to install your new gutter system. Or maybe your gutters are cracked vinyl and need to be replaced. The other good time to replace gutters is when the roof is replaced.
Gutters are troughs that collect rain from the roof and conduct it to downspouts that carry the water to the ground away from your foundation, windows, doors, and siding.
There are two basic shapes of gutters, they are the K-style and half-round. Both shapes come in 5- and 6-inch widths. The K style have a fat bottom and back, with the front having a decorative shape with many styles available. Half-round gutters are half round tubes found on older historic homes or high end homes.
As stated above there are common materials, and less common materials used for gutters.
Decorative shapes are available for the discerning client. The number of downspouts depends on the capacity of your gutters. A good rule of thumb is one downspout for every 30 linear feet of gutter. Aledo’s Roofer can handle the details and help you choose the right type of gutter for your beautiful home.