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Your gutters are subject to dirt build-up when left exposed. Without any material to block blown-away debris, the system is prone to clogging, which can prevent proper water flow. You have to keep your gutters clean. This way you won’t have to deal with numerous issues concerning the accumulation of debris in this area. In this blog post, learn the dangers that come with clogged gutters.

Dangers Of Debris Accumulation

Water Stagnation

When leaves, twigs and other debris block the opening of your gutters, water won’t flow properly. The rain that hits your roof will remain in the system, which will eventually spill over the sides. Once that happens, the soil near your home’s foundation becomes saturated, causing excessive stress to the structure. Additionally, decaying materials in your gutter can affect the health of your roof.

Physical Damage

Depending on the type of gutter, the system can only carry a particular volume of water. That means the extra weight of leaves and pine needles can cause the system to sag. Additionally, rainwater spilling over the sides of your gutter can damage the fascia board, siding and other woodwork.

The Smart Solution

With Gutter Helmet®’s advanced features, you won’t have to worry about cleaning your gutters again. This gutter protection system keeps dirt out of the system. It has a ribbed surface that lets water cling and move directly through the system’s small slit. You can also benefit from its PermaLife™ finish that resists fading, chalking and peeling.

Keeping your gutters clog-free by installing Gutter Helmet can protect your home against the risks of water damage. Gutter Helmet of Michigan guarantees proper installation of this gutter protection system to get the most out of your investment. We’ll help you pick the right color to maintain the harmony of your exterior. Call us at (800) 824-3772 to learn more about our products and services. We serve residents of Wyoming, Michigan, and other nearby areas.