The objective of gutter systems is to drain water away from a structure and prevent water damage. Periodically, the Brothers that just do Gutters inspect the home’s exterior for leaks, sagging, rainfall overflow, and rainwater pooling. If you do not solve these issues, you might cause significant water damage to your property and home’s foundation. In addition to cleaning and installing gutter guards, the installation of a gutter system include repairing or installing the gutters itself. Call us today at (610) 285-7770 for a gutter repair consultation!
Old gutters is a relative term, but it’s a really good indication your gutters are old if they are:
Often times we arrive to a job to check on gutter repair and we realize the client is in need of a gutter installation instead. If your gutters are leaking at the seams it may be time to update to seamless gutters. If your gutters were installed with spike and ferrule, this means they are likely 20 years old and you could also potentially have rotting fascia.
Detecting gutter issues early can help you avoid costly damage. If you notice water overflowing from your gutters during rain or see visible rust and corrosion, it’s a sign that your gutters might be failing and in need of gutter repair. Sagging or uneven gutters, often caused by debris buildup or trapped water, are also red flags. Check for peeling paint or water stains on your home’s exterior, as these can indicate water escaping from the gutters. Regular maintenance and timely gutter repair can extend the life of your gutters and protect your home.
A gutter system that is properly installed and maintained by regular gutter cleanings or maintenance or protected with gutter guards should last up to 30 years. Gutters that have not been properly maintained usually fail between 10 and 15 years.
If you are experiencing any of the following warning signs, please call us or Request a Quote Online. Our professionals can help to determine whether you need just a gutter repair or if your gutter system needs to be replaced.