Gutter Repair

Gutter Repair

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When was the last time that you thought about your gutters? Don’t worry, we understand if it has been a while. The truth is that most people don’t think much about their gutters until they are no longer functioning or need to be cleaned out. If your gutters are damaged they won’t be able to direct water away from your roof, doors, window, and foundation. When this happens it could lead to structural damage. But don’t worry, JNC Roofing & Restorations can help.

Free Estimates for Gutter Repair

At JNC Roofing & Restorations, we believe that it is important to know and understand all of your options before you start the repair process. When you call us for gutter repair, our first step is to come out and perform a free evaluation of your gutter system. Your professional representative will inspect your gutters from top to bottom and then give you an honest evaluation, recommendation, and estimate. We want to feel good about choosing us for your gutter repair or replacement and that starts on the first visit.

Signs of Gutter Damage

So you know what gutters should do and who to call for professional repairs, but how do you know if they are damaged in the first place? Gutter damage is actually usually fairly easy to spot.

Splitting or Cracking

A small crack may seem like a small issue, but when it is left unattended a small crack becomes a big crack and a big issue. Anytime that you notice a crack in your gutters, we recommend having it looked at and inspected as soon as you can to prevent further damage to your gutters, foundation, shingles, and more.

Peeling Paint or Rust

When you spot peeling paint on your gutters it is easy to assume it is simply a cosmetic issue. But the paint on your gutters is specifically designed to withstand the weather so if it is peeling it may be an indicator that your gutters are not functioning properly and water is not be efficiently removed. The same goes for rust. For either of these issues, it is best to call a professional for an inspection.

Sagging Gutters

Your gutters should neer sag away from the house. If they are starting to sag or pull away from your house, it might be a sign that water is not being removed and is instead weighing them down. If you notice sagging, it is time for a gutter repair or replacement.

Pools of Water or Water Damage

Are there pools of water or mildew around the foundation of your house? Is there water damage under your gutters? That si because your gutters are not currently functioning as they should. The best way to determine what to do next with with a call to JNC Roofing & Restorations for a free evaluation.

Whether your gutters can be repaired or need to be completely replaced, our team if professionals is here to help you from start to finish.

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