Gutter Installation, Repair & Replacement
Gutter Replacement & Repair
If you are looking for the best Gutter Installation & Repair in North Carolina, give Pro Performance Roofing a call today for your gutter Installation, gutter replacement or any type of gutter repairs!
Common Types of Gutters Used Today
3 Types of Residential Home Gutters.
– K-style Gutters: These gutters are named after the shape of the gutter, which resembles the letter “K” when viewed from the side. K-style gutters are the most popular type of gutter and are characterized by their flat bottoms and backs, which make them more aesthetically pleasing than other gutter types. They are available in a range of materials such as aluminum, copper, and steel when doing a new gutter installation.
– Half-Round Gutters: As the name suggests, half-round gutters are rounded in shape, with a semi-circular cross-section. These gutters are typically made of aluminum or copper, and are known for their ability to handle large volumes of water. Half-round gutters are often used on older or historic homes, as they give a classic, vintage look.
-Box Gutters: Box gutters are installed flush with the roof and are often used on commercial buildings or homes with flat roofs. They are rectangular in shape and can be made of a range of materials, including aluminum, copper, and galvanized steel. Box gutters require regular maintenance to prevent clogging and ensure proper drainage.
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Damaged or Old Gutters
Old or damaged residential home gutters can cause several problems and issues if not replaced, including:
Water Damage: Gutters that are clogged or damaged can lead to water overflow, which can cause water damage to the roof, walls, and foundation of the home. This can result in costly repairs and structural damage.
Mold and Mildew: Moisture buildup from clogged or damaged gutters can also lead to mold and mildew growth in the home. This can cause health problems for residents, especially those with allergies or respiratory issues.
Insect Infestations: Standing water in gutters can attract insects, such as mosquitoes and termites. These insects can cause further damage to the home and create a nuisance for residents.
Ice Dams: In cold weather, clogged or damaged gutters can lead to the formation of ice dams, which can damage the roof and cause water to leak into the home.
Foundation Issues: If water is not properly directed away from the home, it can seep into the foundation and cause cracking or shifting. This can compromise the structural integrity of the home and lead to costly repairs.
If you would like to get an estimate for your gutter replacement or roof repair, please call Pro Performance Roofing to setup a time for a free estimate and free no obligation roof inspection at (919) 880-9785.