Gutter repair or replacement is not exactly on everyone’s home improvement to-do list. Some homeowners simply go for the more obvious projects like getting a new paint job, or repaving the driveway.
Most home improvement experts think of gutters as your home’s unsung heroes. While a new color scheme or a set of replacement windows are visually appealing, gutters keep your home dry and free from rot, mold and mildew.
If your home has an older gutter system, chances are you’re familiar with the usual problems: rust spots, peeling paint, worn sealants. These require constant attention and can snowball into bigger problems. You might end up with water streaks on the siding, eroded pathways, water stains on the windows, flooded basements, damaged foundation, and rotten wood. All these will affect your home’s curb appeal.
Seamless gutters, on the other hand, have many long term benefits and can help boost your house’s curb appeal.
What Are Seamless Gutters?
Seamless gutters are made from a single piece of aluminum and formed on-site. This means there are no joints to potentially start leaks, sealants that quickly wear down, or joints that collect standing water. Huff N’ Puff also offers the option to use our SnapLock™ attachment system. This attaches to your gutters without using screws or spikes, enhancing your home’s protection against water penetration.
What Can We Provide You?
As one of the top companies offering replacement gutters today, our seamless gutters are made of heavy-gauge aluminum, and doesn’t rust or warp even under extreme temperatures. Combined with a reliable gutter guard system like Gutter Helmet®, cleaning the gutters is one less chore for you to do.
Seamless gutters are a good long-term investment, and can contribute to a comfortable, healthy, and aesthetically appealing home. Apart from seamless gutters, we also offer heated gutters so you won’t have to worry about ice damage when the cold weather arrives.
For more information about how seamless gutters can benefit your home, give Huff ‘N Puff a call at (855) 483-3678 today. Our experts will be glad to help.