How Gutters Work
Every gutter is designed to remove rainwater from the base of your home with the help of downspouts. Gutters and downspouts are only effective and efficient if they are clear of debris. They must also be adequately pitched or angled toward the downspouts to encourage the flow of rainwater.
Signs Your Gutters Aren’t Working
Debris in your gutters, water stains down your siding, or your gutters pulling away from the fascia are signs that you have clogged gutters.
Stagnant water in your gutters mean they lay too flat. Water overflowing the gutters means that your gutter is angled too steeply to hold water.
Seeing water dripping from your gutter system means that you may have leaky gutter joints or holes from wear and tear.
Sagging gutters pulls away from your soffit and fascia. This can be caused by the weight of debris or too few gutter hangers.
The Damages of Clogged Gutters
When water is not diverted properly through your gutters, it can have serious, far-reaching consequences.
Clogged gutters impact your home resulting in serious damage like:
Rotting Fascia & Soffit
Mold & Mildew Growth
Insects & Pest Infestation
Why Gutter Cleaning Isn’t Enough
Let’s face it – gutter cleaning is a filthy, time-consuming task that no one likes to do. Deciding to clean the gutters on your own or hire a professional to clean them for you, your gutter system will still continue to accumulate debris between cleanings. Lead Gutter Guards gives you a permanent solution to a permanent problem.
Prevent Gutter Cleaning For Life
Once Lead Gutter Guards are installed on your home, gutter maintenance will become a thing of the past. Lead Gutter Guards provides a proven, tested, and permanent solution to the damage caused by clogged gutters. See how Lead Gutter Guards maintains clog-free gutters.