Eavestroughs are a system of channels that collect and carry the rainwater and snow that falls on the roof. Downpipes channel this water down and away from the building. This is an important system as it manages large amounts of water, specially under heavy rain. So keeping the system in good working condition is essential to the rest of your home.
Like the roof on your house, the eavestroughs also have a lifetime. Most notably ice expansion, ladders put directly against the eavestrough and accumulation of debris are factors that contribute to shortening its lifetime.
As well as collecting water eavestroughs can collect leaves and other debris. Spring and Fall maintenance are usually required if you live in a treed area. But other problems can arise from an aging system and this can easily become a much larger problem if neglected. Common issues are visible from the ground and fairly easy to spot. An inspection of the system can identify more problems and prompt fixes before things gets worse.
A malfunctioning eavestrough system can cause a number of other problems that can be costly to repair, such as:
• Damage to the walls (brick, siding, stucco)
• Basement flooding
• Damage to landscaping
As well as some health issues from mould and moisture inside the home, mosquito proliferation from standing water in the eavestrough, danger of falling ice and more.
We can replace the gutters on your home and avoid these issues altogether.
Amazon Eavestroughing uses only the best products and methods available today. We install 5" & 6" K-style and Half-round gutters. Aluminum and Copper. We are specialized in seamless systems - installation of eavestrough that spans the entire length of your home, without seams. Our eavestrough is made on site, custom fit to your home.
Our professional team uses only the best hanging system available today. Because not all bracket hangers are the same, we invite you to see the difference. Larger downspouts that ensure maximum drainage and we make sure your system is properly slopped so that water flows to the spouts.
To avoid unexpected surprises during this process we perform a complete inspection of fascia boards right before we install the new troughs. A visual inspection of the roof is also an important part of the process.
These are some of the steps we take to ensure each job is done right and we’ll continue to stand by our work for years to come. We will provide you with a written workmanship warranty with all our installations.