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The Reasons Your Gutter System is Sagging

By October 16, 2017October 18th, 2023No Comments

Gutters are engineered to lead rainwater that hits the roof away from the foundation of your home. Keeping them in good shape, however, can be a challenging task as several issues like sagging can occur if proper maintenance is not performed.

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Here are the reasons your gutter system is sinking downward and why the smart solution is to install the best gutter guard.

Deformed Material

Gutters lean away from the walls when the material begins to warp. Aluminum, vinyl and steel expand or contract due to heat or cold exposure. This movement results in warping, which can alter the shape of the metal, leading to sagging.

Improper Installation

You can spot a poorly installed gutter by looking at the distance of the hangers. When the positioning is too far apart, uneven weight distribution and stress occur. Proper alignment should be observed by the installers to avoid sagging when water starts to accumulate inside them.

Clogged Gutters

External matter, such as leaves, twigs and other debris, is the common culprit behind gutter clogging. They often block the water opening, which can prevent regular water drainage. The added weight of detritus can cause the system to sag. Work with your trusted contractor to install the best gutter guard for your home.

You can eliminate regular gutter cleaning by installing Gutter Helmet®, an innovative gutter protection system. It has an innovative nose-forward design and textured surface that utilizes the principle of surface tension. These qualities allow water to adhere and move towards a small slit. Moreover, it has a patented PermaLife™ coating, which resists fading and chalking.

Turn to us for your Gutter Helmet installation. Gutter Helmet® of Piedmont guarantees excellent products and services to meet your needs. To learn more, call us at (844) 204-1015. We serve Charlotte, NC.