Standing Up Heavy Rains

>> Monday, November 9, 2009

After two weeks of continuous raining I noticed that our gutters are not functioning well because of some leaks. Gutter system is very important as it controls the water from the roof down to drainage. It should make the water come down as quickly as possible so it will not overflow. Since the rainy season is not yet finished I’ll have it checked and repaired immediately. Well our gutters are old enough to retire so I might as well look for replacement in case our maintenance man declared it not fit for repair.

I’ve seen some gutter system like ours and many seems to fail in filtering debris which results in clogging up. Oh well if I will replace my Gutter Guard I’ll choose a one-piece system like that of LeafGuard gutter system as it has no movable parts that will loosen up, solid seamless hood and can handle over 21 inches of rainwater’s per hour. Wow! I liked that performance and strength for our gutter system. And because it’s a one-piece system it prevents dry leaves and debris from entering the gutter from behind.

I’ve browsed some of their installations like Gutters Virginia Beach and was impressed that their gutter guard is not only strong and performs well but looks great also. Gutters come in various choices of colors and it’s sure to give beauty on every installed home. And with this kind of gutters you need not worry about water damage on your house or hiring someone to clean it every now and then. This gutter will run clog free always.


Auntie E November 10, 2009 at 6:07 AM  

I think that will have to be our next large purchase. We have the one that you spoke of. And I am sure they need repairing. I have been looking at the Rain barrels also.

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