Gutters and Gutter Covers
When it rains it pours and it’s always easier to enjoy the pitter patter of rain on your roof when you have a new or improved gutter system in place. Adam Quenneville Roofing & Siding knows the science of roofing and uses that knowledge to determine which gutters would work best on your house. Aluminum gutters are durable, long-lasting, stylish, and their function is to catch the water and direct it away from your foundation. A great gutter system will also include gutter covers to keep debris from collecting and clogging the waterflow. Gutter covers mean you don’t have to clean the leaves out of your gutters every fall. They also help to prevent ice dams from building up during the winter.
Your Gutter Installation Experts: Adam Quenneville and Alu-Rex
Adam Quenneville selects the products we use with the utmost attention to quality and dependability. For gutter systems, we use Alu-Rex, whose products are the most advanced on the market. Incorporating the latest gutter technology, they offer superior durability and debris protection. They’re designed to the highest standards by and installed by our quality-driven team. You can extent the lifespan of any seamless gutter by installing it with high-performance Alu-Rex products.
We are proud to offer DoublePro® and T-Rex® Gutter systems from Alu-Rex. Double-Pro is a dual-action gutter protection system with a built-in guard, designed to stand up to the worst weather conditions in North America and keep your gutter free of debris and ice year after year. T-Rex is a continuous fastening system for gutters that mounts rain gutters solidly on houses, making them much sturdier and longer-lasting than gutters mounted with spikes and hangers spaced at intervals.
Contact us for a free estimate today and our experts will be happy to evaluate the current state of your roof and gutters, and provide the best options for long-lasting dependability.
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How to Check Your Gutters For Damage
Go outdoors to look at your house where your gutters are in view. If you live in a tall house, use a pair of binoculars so you don’t have to climb a ladder. Look for missing or damaged gutter sections. Check the gutter straps to make sure they still attached. Check your gutter sections for bends, holes, cracks, or separated seams. Check your end caps, elbows, and downspouts. If you have leaf screens, are they still in place, damaged or missing? On a rainy day, watch how the water flows down your roof, through the gutters and out of the downspout. Does the water flow smoothly or is it blocked? Does water flow over the top of the gutter? If you expect any issues, ask us to take a closer look. We can show you some great solutions