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Here are four reasons why Lone Star Roofing & Gutters recommends seamless gutters.
1. No seams, no snags.
The key word with gutters is "flow." When leaves, twigs, and other bits of debris become snagged in the seams of traditional gutters, then they catch other pieces of debris until you have a full-stop dam in your gutters. With seamless gutters, there are far fewer snag points.
2. Less maintenance.
Gutters are designed to carry their own weight and an average amount of rainwater. When bits of debris become trapped between joined sections, this soggy mess of decomposing organic material can weigh as much as an average size adult hanging on your gutters — day in, day out, until they are cleaned.
With fewer joints and no seams, LSR&G gutters have much less buildup and no sags, making them all the easier to maintain.
3. Reduced Risk of Leaks.
When a homeowner sees water spots on their ceiling they will often assume there is a hole somewhere in the roof. But, the most likely culprit is a leaky or overflowing gutter dripping water through the eaves. By going seamless, the risk of leaks forming is greatly reduced.
Since seamless gutters are not saddling the weight of leaves, and organic debris, there is less warpage, and that means a longer-lasting gutter system. Plus, LSR&G uses premium materials that last longer and are more reliable.
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Get your gutters done now – before the next rain causes more problems. The primary purpose of a gutter system is to prevent water damage and protect the value of your home investment long-term.
Wood rot, siding damage, roof leaks, foundation problems, soil erosion, interior wall damage, flooding, mold and mildew, and even mosquito infestations are some of the reasons to install gutters.
A great gutter installation requires a quality product, experienced installers, and a reliable warranty. Lone Star Roofing & Gutters offers this and more at affordable pricing.
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A 5-inch seamless aluminum gutter is widely used in some areas of the country however, 6-inch gutters and 7-inch gutters are becoming increasingly popular.
The differences between 5-inch, 6-inch, and 7-inch gutters are their size, and the capacity of water they can hold. In cases where you often experience heavy rainfall and rainwater continually overshooting your gutter system, a 6" or 7″ gutter system may be the best for your home.
In addition to climate; the roofline, surface area, and pitch of your roof are important factors in determining whether to install a 5", 6", or 7" gutter system. Interchanging two different sizes of gutter within the same gutter system can also be a cost-effective solution for areas of your home needing higher capacity.
In most cases, plastic or vinyl gutters cannot be repaired. We recommend replacement using a metal seamless gutter system that won’t leak and will last for years to come.
A good indication your gutters are old if they are:
Often we arrive at a job to check on repairs and we realize the client needs 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.
In Texas, you need gutters that are designed to last, we proudly use and recommend Senox® seamless gutter products. Senox cares about the quality that goes into their 5” and 6” half-round and K-style gutters. Their dedication to quality is even evidenced in the thought that goes into the way they package products for shipment. This ensures a seamless transition from fabrication, forming, and the final installation. Senox® has manufactured industry-defining gutter parts (and accessories) since 1972.
Are you looking to drastically reduce the amount of time you spend cleaning out leaves, twigs, and other debris from your gutter?