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Controlling and directing all of your home’s rain gutter system runoff can be quite a challenge. Your installer must be meticulous in planning and constructing a system that completely surrounds the sloped portion of your roof. Then, he must route these gutters to their respective downspouts. But

Basic Types of Gutters

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 29, 2019

Basic Types of Gutters

Let’s start with shapes. There are two basic types, and they’re referred to by the shape of their cross section. Both types come 5-6-and 7-inch widths. 1.  K-style gutters have flat bottoms and backs, and the front side of the gutter usually

We install Soffit and Fascia

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 22, 2019

What is Soffit? 

Soffit is the exposed siding underneath your roof’s overhang. Since your soffit is located on the underside of your roof, it’s often not visible in terms of curb appeal. However, soffit can still be seen when you’re close to the home and when yo

How often should you clean out your gutters?

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 18, 2019

It’s dirty work, but everybody has to do it. Your gutters need to be kept clean and free of dead leaves, birds’ nests, and other debris. It’s just a fact of life when it comes to owning a home.  Dry leaves, tree branches, and other material can accumulate in your gutters during the dry summer

Anatomy Of a Gutter

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 16, 2019

We put water in its place

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 11, 2019

When installing new gutters, you need to make sure that they’re large enough to accommodate the amount of rain that may flow into them. The higher the pitch, the wider your gutters need to be. When determining the size of your gutters, you also need to take the rainfall intensity in your area i

4 Most Common Gutter Problems

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 08, 2019

While maintaining your gutters is most likely your least favorite chore to do, not taking proper care of your gutters can lead to a lot of damage to your home. Water damage in particular can get pervasive and can be expensive to fix. Here are the 4 most common gutter problems that can lead to da

The Purpose of Gutter Systems

Posted by: Amanda White, Jan, 03, 2019

The purpose of guttering systems is to collect water (rain) from the roofing area and disperse the water away from your home. Properly configured downspouts (leaders, drain pipes) are very essential. A faulty guttering system can contribute to damage to Soffit & Fascia, Shingles, Building Fou

Galvalume K-Style Seamless Gutter Installation

Posted by: Joshua Lewis, Aug, 28, 2017

This is our most recent galvalume K-Style seamless gutters installation. Galvalume is a steel, with a coating of aluminum and zinc.  The result is a strong, durable metal with proven long term corrosion resistance and a great recommendation to accompany a metal roof. Read More ...

Gutter Guard – Leaf Protection

Posted by: Joshua Lewis, Aug, 25, 2017

We’ve had a lot of inquires recently into the different types of gutter guard or leaf protection. Below you will find a list of the 3 most common types of gutter guard used. Screens are the most common type of gutter guard. They come in a wide variety of shapes and materials and can be installe

6″ Seamless Gutter Installation

Posted by: Joshua Lewis, Aug, 21, 2017

The majority of gutters installed in today’s time are seamless k-style gutters. Almost 80% of the people prefer seamless k-style gutters, because no seams means no leaks. This helps in ensuring that water is carried away from your home in one go, preventing excessive water infiltration. Our dedica

Screen Rooms – Patio Enclosures

Posted by: Joshua Lewis, Aug, 09, 2017

Don’t wait several months for your new screened in patio or enclosure. The team at The Gutter Company can schedule your installation within two weeks of completing the estimate! With so many options to choose from we can make your outdoor living experience something to enjoy! Call us for a free es


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