If you’re like many homeowners, you’ve probably wondered whether or not gutters are even necessary for your home. After all, most gutter systems are prone to clogging from leaves, pine needles, bird nests and other accumulating debris and can only handle a limited volume of water, which can cause gutters to pull away from your roof or tilt. What’s more, standing water that collects in your gutters because of a clog can attract mosquitos and other pests that you don’t want around.
The basic function of a gutter system is to provide a means for rainwater to be redirected away from the house. Gutters are usually affixed to the roof and catch rainwater as it washes down the side. This water is channeled through the downspouts, where it flows away from the home, helping to reduce the risk of erosion of your home’s foundation and damage to your basement from flooding. There are several cases when a gutter system may be vital for your home in order to protect the foundation. For example, if the ground is rich in red clay, when the surrounding landscape slopes upward, or when there is little to no roof overhang, especially in areas where rain is frequent.
When it comes gutters, it’s up to you to decide whether they’re necessary for your home. If you’re looking for a hassle-free gutter system that’s guaranteed to never clog, Byers’ LeafGuard® gutter system is the answer you’ve been looking for. LeafGuard’s patented one-piece, seamless, covered gutter system is manufactured on site and custom made to fit your home’s exact specifications. Best of all, our gutter system is equipped with larger troughs, bigger downspouts, and innovative protective hoods that shield the troughs from falling debris. We’re so confident in the design of these gutters that if they ever become clogged, we’ll come out and clean them at no cost to you!
For more information about the LeafGuard gutter system, contact Byers today to speak to a friendly and knowledgeable specialist. Remember to ask about our financing options available to qualifying clients.