Gutter Repairs in Medford MA Can Save You A Lot Of Money and Serious Trouble
Many homeowners do not realize that gutters which leak will allow water to run down the side of the home and into the foundation. Over time this will cause serious and costly foundation repairs which will result in cracks in the walls and in bricks or other exterior material. The interior walls and ceilings can crack and split apart. In the worse situations, the home can start to sink if the soil conditions will enable this disaster to occur. Leaf guards are important to keep the gutters free of debris which will cause water backup and the gutters to deteriorate.
The seamless gutter provided by Gutter Repairs in Medford MA is the gutter that prevents damage to your home and your yard by water which is not channeled properly. The seamless gutter is one long run of heavy duty aluminum which is hung by strong hangers and screws. These gutters are made on-site to obtain the perfect size without a seam. A unique leaf guard system can be installed at the same time the gutters are installed. The seamless gutter material is available in multiple colors to match the exterior of your home.
The Gutter Repairs in Medford MA provide expert technicians to repair your gutters. The first problem they will look for is a gutter that is not attached tight against the fascia because this condition will allow water to run down the side of the house. This condition can usually be repaired by replacing the hanger with a stronger one and using a better screw. If the fascia is rotted away, then this is a problem the homeowner will have to address. The gutter repair technicians may be able to work with the fascia by relocating the hanger to a spot where there is stronger wood.
If the gutter has seams which are leaking, then there are a number of ways to seal the leaking area. Just a re-connection of the two pieces of gutter material will seal the leaking area, or a sealant may be used. If the downspout is not firmly attached to the eaves, then a stronger connection will be required. Visit Carroll Sons Inc for more information