Water Stain on Your Ceiling? The Problem May Be Your Gutters

There’s something you never want to see on your ceiling and it’s not a spider; it’s a water stain. What Does It Mean? A stain can mean several things. The obvious one is there’s a leak in the pipes, particularly if a bathroom is directly overhead. The most common source on an upper floor is a leak in the roof.  Less common is a break in a window’s weather stripping which might allow water to seep in during storms. Or, it can be something that you never considered.  It can be your gutters. How do Gutters Cause Stains? Gutters cause

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Hail Damage and Gutter Claims

Today, we narrow our focus on homeowner’s insurance claims to focus on your gutters. Regardless if it’s a K-Guard Leaf Free Gutter System or one of our competitors, damage can occur during severe weather conditions. The worst can take place in unforeseen hailstorms that take place in the spring, summer, and early fall. Who is Affected by a Hailstorm? Although the majority of these events take place in Florida, Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming, they can happen anywhere when the right conditions are met. This includes all of Kansas and Missouri, both of which are no stranger to hail storms. In

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Hail Damage and Insurance Claims

Insurance Claims for Home Owners Five Questions to ask Your Insurance Company Before Filing a Hail Damage Claim   Today, our focus turns to home insurance claims when your property is damaged by a hailstorm. Our K-Guard Leaf Free Gutter System is the strongest and most durable in today’s market. It is also resilient to most weather conditions. However, when it comes to larger hailstorms, even our system may take on some damage. How Does Hail Form? In Kansas City and other areas of the U.S., hail forms during the thunderstorms of the spring, summer, and early fall. When their

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