Gutters

One of the greatest hassles of owning a home is cleaning debris out the gutters. However, your gutters protect your exterior walls from water damage and should be maintained and repaired when necessary.

  • Cleaning and Repairing Gutters

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Cleaning and maintaining your home is certainly important, but it can also be a hassle. Look no further than the edge of your roof to find one of the greatest hassles of all: gutters. They collect the water that streams down your roof and direct it away from your home. Your...

  • Installing an Attic Fan

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    If you've ever gone up into your attic in the middle of the summer, you know just how hot it can get up there. All that excess heat can have a huge impact on the temperature of the rest of your home, not to mention any belongings you keep in the attic. The best method for...

  • Repairing an Attic Fan

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Attic fans are great for helping to keep your house cool, but sometimes they break. If your attic fan breaks, it'll need to be fixed. Either you can have a repairperson take care of it for you, or you might be able to do it yourself. Following is information on how to...

  • Installing Copper Gutters

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    If you need to install new gutters on your home, why not go with copper gutters? Not only do they look great, but they also often function better than other types of gutters. That's because copper doesn't fall victim to the affects of acid rain or other corrosive substances. So,...

  • Cleaning Gutters

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Cleaning your gutters a couple of times a year is essential to their functioning properly. Without consistent and proper maintenance, it may get to the point where it's as if you have no gutter system at all. Clogs and piles of debris will cause the water to spill right over the...

  • Installing Splash Blocks

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    In a gutter system, the downspout is supposed to carry the water down from the roof to the ground, directing it away from the home. Unfortunately, especially in heavy rain, the downspout might not be as effective as you would like in keeping the area around your home dry....

  • Repairing Seamless Gutters

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    A leaky gutter is not doing its job, plain and simple. With some gutter systems, you can just replace the offending section and be done with it. In the case of seamless gutters, you have cut the sections to fit the eaves of your house continuously, and you'll want to avoid...

  • Installing Seamless Gutters

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Seamless gutters aren't entirely seamless; they will be fitted to the eaves of your home and what seams there are will be at the corners, covered up. Seamless gutters have a few benefits over other, non-seamless options. For one, they look better. On top of that, the lack...

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