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Do You Need New Gutters?

Updated: Jun 27, 2022

Gutters are an important part of your home: They direct water away from your home’s exterior walls, windows, doors, and foundation, preventing water from making its way inside. Although cleaning your gutters several times a year will enhance the longevity of your system, most gutters will need to be repaired or replaced eventually to help protect your home.

Things to look for

  • Gutters over 20 years old

  • Cracks or Splits of any kind in your gutters

  • Paint Peeling on or around the gutters

  • Pools of water or sings of mild around your homes foundation

  • Water damage or water marks directly beneath the gutters

  • Gutters sag or have begun to pull away from the house.

Cracks in gutters can turn into bigger cracks damaging the gutters further and can damage fascia boards behind the gutters, shingles and the foundation. Gutters should never sag or pull away from the home. Water can cause foundation damage leading to costly and timely repairs.

Contact Lifetime Roofing and Exteriors for your gutter needs. We offer 5 & 6 Inch Gutters and a variety of colors listed on our website. We also offer Gutter Glove leaf guards as well as Amerimax PVC Gutter Screens to protect your gutters and roof from gutter build up.

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