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Common Eavestrough Problems

Your eavestrough are designed to do one thing -- channel water away from the foundation of your home. When they do their job, they can prevent a wide variety of expensive home issues.

In order for your eavestrough and gutters to be effective, they have to be cleaned regularly and free of gutter clogs, holes, and sags.

Poorly Installed Gutters

Unfortunately, many homes have eavestrough and gutters that have been poorly installed.

A properly installed eavestrough system will include seamless gutters on every sloped roof edge. The gutters should be completely sealed and securely fastened to the fascia board, with downspouts that divert water at least three feet away from the home.

Poorly Installed Gutters

Unfortunately, many homes have eavestrough and gutters that have been poorly installed.

A properly installed eavestrough system will include seamless gutters on every sloped roof edge. The gutters should be completely sealed and securely fastened to the fascia board, with downspouts that divert water at least three feet away from the home.

Improperly Pitched Eavestrough

In order for water to flow away from your home, your eavestrough and gutters need to be pitched toward the downspouts. If not, standing water will accumulate in your eavestrough.

Improperly Pitched Eavestrough

In order for water to flow away from your home, your eavestrough and gutters need to be pitched toward the downspouts. If not, standing water will accumulate in your eavestrough.

Clogged Eavestroughs

If left neglected, your eavestroughs and downspouts can become so clogged with debris that they will no longer be able to channel water away from the foundation of your home.

Clogged Eavestroughs

If left neglected, your eavestroughs and downspouts can become so clogged with debris that they will no longer be able to channel water away from the foundation of your home.

Sagging Eavestrough

Sagging eavestroughs that pull away from your soffit and fascia could be the result of two issues:

  • Eavestrough Hangers: This hardware that secures the gutter to the fascia may have deteriorated or may be spaced too far apart to support the weight of full gutters.
  • Clogged Eavestroughs: The weight of the debris could cause your eavestrough to pull away from the fascia or even make them fall to the ground.

Sagging Eavestrough

Sagging eavestroughs that pull away from your soffit and fascia could be the result of two issues:

  • Eavestrough Hangers: This hardware that secures the gutter to the fascia may have deteriorated or may be spaced too far apart to support the weight of full gutters.
  • Clogged Eavestroughs: The weight of the debris could cause your eavestrough to pull away from the fascia or even make them fall to the ground.

Gutter Leaks and Holes

Leaky eavestrough joints can cause water to gather around the base of your home. After a while, this can contribute to serious foundation and structural issues.

Gutter Leaks and Holes

Leaky eavestrough joints can cause water to gather around the base of your home. After a while, this can contribute to serious foundation and structural issues.

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