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Safety First! Why Helmet Heat® is the Safe Choice for Snow and Ice Protection

Safety First! Why Helmet Heat® is the Safe Choice for Snow and Ice Protection

During the winter, snow and ice accumulation on your house can lead to ice dams and buildup in your gutter system if not properly managed. When snow and ice builds up in your gutter system, water cannot flow down through the gutters and downspouts to the ground. When the water fails to drain out, gutters […]

5 Tips for Preparing Your Gutter for the Spring Melt

As the curtain falls on the first couple of months of the year, you realize that spring is just around the corner. After months of frigid temperatures, snowstorms, and icy roads, chances are you’re probably ready for some sunshine, blooming flowers, and longer days. Spring is trying really hard to get here.

The Best Rain Gutters for Even the Wettest Climates

Rain gutters are designed to channel precipitation runoff water from the roof to a spot on the ground away from the foundation. Most standard gutters can handle rainfall amounts that are average or even slightly above average. But what about for homes that are located in really wet climates?

5 Weird Stories About Gutters and Roofs

There are two things about buildings that many people take for granted: gutters and roofs. That’s largely because folks tend to focus more on the visual elements of a structure like its facade, exterior paint, or overall architecture. However, there are quite a few weird stories out there involving roofs and gutters. Here are five […]