During our evaluation of your roof and guttering system, we advise of the best size gutter for your home. See below for the sizes of gutters we use when completing our guttering projects in Southeast Michigan.
If leaves and tree coverage create issues with the water flow in your gutters. Then consider installing Leaf Relief gutter protection and take the stress and time away from your Seasonal yard clean-up.
The lifespan of professionally installed gutters depending on the material can last anywhere from 20 to more than 100 years. The lifespan of your home’s gutters can vary on the region you live in. If your home often receives heavy rain, snow, high winds, and leaf litter from surrounding trees without being maintained then your gutter’s lifespan can be shortened. Every gutter system Horizon installs come with a 5-year warranty on materials and labor. We want to provide peace of mind, knowing that work is carried out by certified professionals using premium gutters.
Leaf guards can help to protect your home from water damage, reduce maintenance, and extend the lifespan of your gutter system. Leaf Guards prevent leaves and other debris from entering your gutters. Keeping your gutters free of debris can ensure that water flows freely through your gutters, preventing overflow and potential water damage.
Seamless gutters are cut on-site and are stronger than traditional sectional gutters. The increased strength comes from having fewer joins, making them more resistant to damage from weather conditions like heavy snow and ice. They also have a sleek, streamlined appearance that can enhance the curb appeal of your home.
Gutters play a critical role in protecting your home from water damage. They collect rainwater and direct it away from your home’s foundation, preventing water from seeping into your basement or causing structural damage. Without gutters, rainwater can erode soil around your home’s foundation, damage siding and exterior walls, and cause water damage inside your home. Gutters are essential in maintaining the integrity of your home’s structure and preventing costly repairs.
With a long average lifespan, gutters aren’t replaced often but here are a few tale-tell signs that your gutters should be evaluated for replacement.
Sometimes your gutters could be clogged. So it’s important to get a professional evaluation to truly know the state of your gutters to help avoid potential water damage.