Whether it is a gutter repair, replacement, or new construction install – 1st Source Contractors is your one stop shop for everything gutter related!
Just like a backed-up drain in your home, gutter blockages impede flow. which can cause overflowing debris to become wet and keep roof edges moist. Blocked downspouts and damaged seams can make the problem worse. As a result, possible results are leaks inside your walls, rotten roofing, and harmful mold growth.
Clogged gutters can pool water around your foundation, causing basement leaks, icy driveways, and mosquito problems. Gutter repair can solve these problems. Call now for a no-obligation estimate.
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Gutter repairs can come in all sizes. If you have a damaged downspout, broken gutter channel, or damaged gutter protection – we can color match and repair just the needed section.
The newest and most foolproof systems are seamless from termination to the elbow. There are no seams for debris to catch on, so the water flow stays continuous. There are also fewer fasteners to corrode and shift, so the entire arrangement stays tight.
This is also the most convenient method for you; we create them on-site in custom lengths up to 100 feet. Our skilled technicians feed lengths of metal panels into our mobile extruding machine, right there in your driveway. The machine turns them into custom rain-diversion channels in minutes. Get a free estimate on a seamless aluminum or copper replacement gutter system.
We provide gutter replacement using the highest quality aluminum and gutter protection products.
Seamless aluminum is considered superior to steel because it will never rust. Aluminum is available in different thicknesses to handle different load expectations. For example, it is recommended that the thicker gauge be used in areas where heavy snowfall could weigh down your gutter.
Aluminum is installed with factory-finished color that will never need painting. An assortment of colors is available to complement a broad array of home designs.
Seamless aluminum is currently the most popular of the gutter types. It’s been around for years and is expected to last for decades on your home.
We offer a variety of products to keep all gutter types free from leaves and other debris. Gutter protection devices (commonly referred to as gutter guards) allow water to pass into the drainage system while larger solid materials pass over the gutter. That means no more climbing a ladder to clean and no more clogs!
There are also screen-top styles that are more affordable and will keep you off the ladder. We offer a variety of screens to keep leaves and debris from clogging gutters and downspouts. Foreign materials pass right over while water drains into the system. With the right screen, you’ll never climb a ladder to clean again!
Looking to learn more about different types of gutter protection? Visit the links below from our manufacturers!
Residential gutter types come in 4”, 5”, and 6” sizes. The 5” size is the new norm for home use. We might suggest a larger size for certain situations. For example, a large, steeply sloped roof can be expected to catch a lot of rain in a storm and shed it quickly.
K-style is the typical gutter that we see on most properties in this area. The front piece is curvy, and the entire unit resembles decorative molding.
Half-round style is simply a round-bottomed trough. Picture a cylinder lying on its side with the top half cut off. This type is a throwback to the turn of the century and is used to restore houses from that period. Select half-round for an older house or for a newer one that features traditional design elements.
Box gutters are simple troughs, usually larger, and used on buildings with large roof areas, like schools and commercial buildings.