Gutters are prone to gathering debris like dried leaves, dirt, branches and seeds, which clog up your gutters and prevent water from draining out of your gutters. You have to make sure that your gutters are always clear of debris so that they can perform properly. However, gutter cleaning and maintenance is a dangerous task you shouldn’t tackle on your own. Leave it to the professional gutter installers to work on your gutters.
Read on to learn the benefits of installing gutter guards.
Since gutter guards prevent dirt and debris from clogging up your gutters, this means that you’ll have an easier time cleaning up your gutters because there’s little to no debris on it. Consequently, they help extend your gutters’ lifespan since. Be sure to leave it to the professionals like us so you can rest easy knowing your gutters are in safe hands.
Extends Your Gutter and Roof’s Lifespan
As debris such as dirt, leaves and twigs clog up your gutters, they tend to form pooling water which can cause your gutters to corrode and rust. Standing water and debris build-up could cause mold growth to spread from your gutters to your roof, compromising the entire system. That said, having a proper gutter guard helps prolong your gutter’s life span, as well as your roof’s. At ExteriorPros, we’re proud to be one of the few gutter companies offering Leaf Relief® gutter products that provide superior protection from debris and weather elements. They help keep your gutters clean all year long and we have a solution to fit every gutter system.
Prevents Water Damage
During the summer, gutter guards prevent water from dripping down the sides of your home. Overflowing water can damage your home’s siding and foundation. Aside from reducing your home’s curb value, it causes extensive damage and is the catalyst for mold and mildew growth.
At ExteriorPros, we’re proud to be one of the leading gutter and storm damage repair companies. Rest assured that we will provide superior workmanship, quality products, and excellent customer service. Contact us at (301) 632-5111 or fill out our contact form for a free, no-obligation consultation.