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Fortify your Property against the Elements and Make it Look Better

By May 6, 2014October 17th, 2023No Comments

If you are one of the many homeowners who have hired the services of a professional gutter cleaner this spring, pat yourself for doing the wise thing because you will stand to save on the cost of repairs later on. Moreover, describes the role of gutters in dictating exterior function as well as its understated impact on the overall aesthetics of your home:

“The gutter is very important because it has an extreme mechanical function, to take water away from the eave,” he says, as he makes his way around a grand Victorian home on Cushing Avenue, its front covered in scaffolding. “And it has an even more extreme architectural function, which is to throw shadow in light and, in classically derived architecture, we are really trying to imitate a face.”

As such, property owners will do well to research a product or material that will fortify their gutter systems against the harsh elements, as well as to improve the appearance of their home. The metal rain and gutter leaf guard of Gutter Helmet® is highly recommended because this innovative product features patented technology that minimizes the build-up of debris atop roofs, as well as lowers the risks of water damage to other parts of your house.

In addition, their gutter leaf guards are designed to seamlessly integrate into the design of your roofing system. The product is also available in several colors to match your roof shingles. Gutter Helmet® recently launched new shades ‘onyx’ and ‘canyon’ as part of their in Stonescape-Granular Stone Paint Finish series.

When hiring the services of Gutter Helmet®, you get the advantage of a high-quality gutter protection system installation and you can look forward to a home or commercial building that will keep you and your family or staff safe throughout spring and beyond.


(Article sourced from Let’s talk about house gutters: Lower Mills man rehabs homes with one eye on history, Dorchester Reporter, April 24, 2014)