Gutter repair and replacement
If your gutters are leaking, sagging, or otherwise not performing up to par, it may be time for a repair or replacement. But how do you know which option is best for your home?
Here at Mr. Handyman, we can help you assess the condition of your gutters and make a recommendation based on what we find. In many cases, a simple repair is all that’s needed to get your gutters back in top shape. However, if the damage is too severe or the gutters are too old, replacement may be the best option.
No matter what route you choose, our team of skilled handymen can get the job done quickly and efficiently. We’ll make sure your gutters are functioning properly so you can rest easy knowing your home is protected from water damage.
Sectional or Seamed gutters
There are two types of gutters – sectional and seamed. Seamed gutters are made from a single piece of material, while sectional gutters are made from multiple pieces of material that are joined together. Both types of gutters have their pros and cons, so it’s important to choose the type that’s right for your home.
Sectional gutters are easier to install than seamed gutters, because they don’t require any special tools or skills. They’re also less likely to leak, because the seams between the sections are sealed. However, sectional gutters can be more difficult to clean, because you have to reach up into the gutters to remove debris.
Seamed gutters are more difficult to install than sectional gutters, but they’re easier to clean. That’s because all of the debris in the gutter is concentrated in one area, making it easy to remove. However, seamed gutters can be more likely to leak, because the seams between the pieces of material can come apart over time.
If you’re a homeowner, chances are you’ve had to deal with gutters at some point. They can be a pain to keep clean and can often become clogged, leading to water damage on your home. But what if there was a better way? Seamless gutters are becoming increasingly popular as they offer a number of advantages over traditional gutters.
For starters, seamless gutters are less likely to leak as there are no seams or joints that can come apart. They’re also much easier to clean as there are no nooks and crannies for dirt and debris to build up in. And because they’re made from one continuous piece of material, they’re much stronger and less likely to sag or pull away from your home.
If you’re considering new gutters for your home, be sure to ask about seamless gutters. They may cost a bit more upfront, but they’ll save you time and money in the long run.