Gutters & Filters
Water runoff control systems have several key elements. Of the water runoff control system elements, gutters are among the most obvious from street-level and are key to minimizing water intrusion and damage to landscaping.
Gutters are an important part of your home. Leaking gutters can cause hazardous conditions in the winter and erode the foundation of your home. Properly installed and well-serviced gutters protect your home and property from water damage.
Looking to replace leaking or damaged gutters? Contact Empire Roofing & More for a free consultation.
Seamless gutters are the preferred style today, creating a sleek, professional look while eliminating unnecessary seams around your home that can cause leaks.
Despite the name, there are still seams around your home after seamless gutters are installed installed. Corners, ends, and downspouts all require a break in the rain removal system. This makes careful installation and proper application of a quality gutter sealant important.
At Empire Roofing & More we use only the highest quality products. Our gutters are our formed using a .032 gauge nominal thickness aluminum coil, the strongest in the industry. Gutters are available in a variety of colors, as well as 5” and 6” widths.
Want to beautify your home by installing seamless gutters? Contact Empire Roofing & More for a free consultation.
Another key element of the water runoff control system are gutter filters. Filters properly installed in gutters and around downspouts help minimize the accumulation of wind-blown debris (leaves & twigs, misplaced shopping bags, etc.). With minimal accumulation of debris, fewer and smaller obstacles form in the pathways of the water runoff system. More water is transported to the desired egress and less water overflows the boundaries, which can create hazards to landscaping, animals, and humans. Overflowing water is also unappealing throughout the year, and during periods of freezing temperatures can create ice dams and dangerous and heavy icicles. Icicles are not only hazardous if high winds break them and they fall, but their heavy weight can put undue pressure on the gutter system, the structural supports and can damage the entire water runoff control system.
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