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SPECO Guttering Maintenance & Repairs

Gutter maintenance plays an important role in keeping your home and roof in tip-top shape.

The rain gutter system is your home’s drainage system and is designed to remove excess moisture from the roof. Gutters that are broken, run-down, or blocked can cause water damage to both the roof and interior of your home. Keep your gutters maintained and free of blockages to prevent untimely and costly roof repairs.

It is recommended that you maintain gutters every three months for longevity and optimal function

We can assist with that, SPECO guttering maintenance and repairs is the answer to those preventable problems.

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What do you think the five most common Rain Gutter repairs are?

5 Most Common Rain Gutter Repairs


Five of the most common gutter repairs in residential roofing include:

1. Loose or Missing Gutters. High winds, rain, and hail storms can cause gutters to become loose or even disappear. Sections that are overrun with leaves and other debris can sag and detach from the house as well. Loose or missing gutters can cause damage to the roof and siding of your home. The overflow of water that spills onto the areas around your home can also potentially destroy the landscaping. Gutter repairs provided by a qualified roofing contractor can include re-attaching or replacing broken components.

2. Clogged Gutters. Gutters become clogged for a variety of reasons, including the formation of ice and  growth of mold and vegetation, and a simple lack of maintenance. Clear out your gutters–carefully–with each season, or schedule twice yearly gutter cleanings with a professional. Also consider leaf-relief-gutter-protection system for clog-free gutters in the future!

3. Leaks. Sunlight and rough weather can cause gutters to crack, which in turn leads to leaks. The size of the cracks or holes may determine whether you are comfortable making simple repairs yourself or relying on a roof and gutter expert like ourselves. Large holes or cracks may require sections of your rain gutters to be replaced.

4. Normal Wear and Tear. Your home’s gutters are designed to last several decades, but at some point you realize the life of the gutter is over. Rust, cracks, and severe mildew may not be cost efficient to repair any longer. Call on a professional gutter contractor like us to inspect the damage and replace it with our a new seamless gutter system.

5. Damaged Downpipes. The downpipe of the gutter is the part that delivers the water to run-off areas on the ground. Downpipe that become misdirected or damaged can begin to direct water toward the foundation of your home rather than away from the house. A soggy foundation can create expensive water damage problems. Have damaged downpipes repaired or replaced as soon as possible to avoid costly home repairs.

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