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Claim Consultants Prinicipals have over 50 years construction expertise in all building types - from single family homes to commercial office buildings, apartment buildings and strip centers. Our construction philosophy has always been to employ manufacturer trained and certified installers.

Hire A Pro When You Experience Common Gutter Problems

While gutters can last anywhere from 20-30 years, they will most likely incur some damage throughout that time. Here are a few types of common gutter problems, how to identify them, and when you should call a professional.

Blockage - Gutters can become clogged with either natural debris or something as simple as a tennis ball. An easy way to spot this is noticing water marks under your gutters, pooling water, or mildew near your foundation.

Sagging - When your gutters lean down or pull away from your house, it can cause damage to your fascia board, or ruin your entire gutter system. Weight from debris can also cause sagging.

Leaks - Usually found near the joints of the gutter, these can be patched up quickly. However, it might become a recurring issue down the line.

Pitch - If your gutters were not installed correctly, there could be water pooling into your gutters without any other blockage or issue. This happens because gutters must be installed at a precise angle to properly allow for water flow.

When to Hire a Professional - Two of the main factors to consider is the cost and expertise required. While some homeowners can go to the store and purchase the supplies and equipment needed to fix it themselves, an experienced professional will precisely measure, cut, and install gutters, saving money and peace of mind in the end.

Contact Claim Consultants LLC today to have our home inspectors assess your damage and our gutter installers get the job done. http://www.claimconsultantsllc.com/ask-us

Read the full article here: https://www.angieslist.com/research/gutter-installation-and-repair/

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