How Do I Keep My Gutters from Being Damaged by Snow?

Winter Has Its Gutter Challenges In the colder months, it’s not only harder to clean and maintain gutter systems but also more dangerous. Chipping ice dams from roofs might cause eye and face damage. Ladder rungs can ice up and lead to serious falls. Same for cleaning your roof of snow after a recent storm. Furthermore, there’s no stopping snow accumulation in your gutters if storms come one after another. In those situations, the weight increase and development of blockages could bring a gutter system down. In turn, damage will be inflicted on your roof, siding, soffit, and fascia. Keeping

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How Do I Keep My Gutters from Freezing in the Winter?

Today we’re going to talk about gutter protection during the winter. Whether it’s on the way or already here, the months of colder temperatures can do more damage to your gutters than in any other season. The reason? It’s the period of time when all of the elements come together. For instance: Heavy snows accumulate in the gutters to increase the weight on the hangers Strong winds pound against the system to further loosen screws and other fasteners Fluctuations in sunlight and temperatures cause a thaw-freeze process Ice dams are created due to accumulated precipitation and debris that remain in

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Gutter Replacement: When is it Time for a New Gutter Installation?

For the most part, gutters are ignored if they work properly. As long as water is filtered through the downspouts without pooling in other areas, then there’s nothing to be concerned about. If you think a small clog has formed, then it’s addressed with a trowel and garbage bag (to collect the debris) or a power wash to clear everything out of the gutters. However, there may come a moment when this is not the case. If you spend more time on a ladder cleaning debris or cringe when you see rain coming, then it may be time for a

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