The weather conditions in Southern Ohio can be downright unpredictable. To handle the rain and other elements, your home should feature strong gutters, downspouts and gutter guards. We don’t want you to ignore your drainage system until it gets clogged and leads to flooding, so have Elite Roofing and Construction install high-quality seamless gutters on your home. We offer 5 and 6 inch gutters.
Our aluminum gutters come in many different styles and colors, making it easy to customize an attractive finishing touch on your roof system. And better yet, our durable gutters resist water leaks, bends and splits! The experts at Elite Roofing have top-notch products and second-to-none gutter installation services.
Today’s modern gutter systems are much more innovative than gutters produced a few years ago. Gutters used to be installed with nails or spikes, which penetrated the back of the gutters and created square-shaped holes. Small amounts of water could infiltrate the surrounding wood or siding through those holes, which leads to the unfortunate deterioration of the materials behind the gutters. Add to that snow or other debris putting weight onto the gutters, and you would end up with gutters that pulled away from your roof and caused even more property damage.
Elite Roofing and Construction doesn’t want your home to suffer from sub-par gutters. That’s why we professionally install seamless gutters with hidden bracket hangers positioned approximately every three feet. The hangers clip into the front of the gutter and slide over the back via a screw that runs into the fascia board, giving you a much more secure drainage system with significantly less chance of leaking!
For even more protection, Elite Roofing and Construction can install gutter guards.
Gutter guards are important to help the gutters to function properly. the gutters need to remain free of leaves, twigs, acorns, and toys to allow for free flowing of water. If the water is not able to flow freely, It will cause the gutter to overflow and will provide an opportunity for moisture to get into the structural wood ect, which leads to the deterioration of the materials behind the gutters.