Gutters typically last for around 20 years. The quality of the material impacts the lifespan. Studier materials, like the steel found in Galvalume® gutters, last longer while maintaining their visual appeal and function.
Each home differs in roof style and type. The shape and layout of your roof impact where gutters most benefit water drainage. As professional gutter installers, we evaluate your roof to determine the most effective gutter placement.
Yes. You don’t pay for labor when you install gutters as a DIY project. However, you face risks that can cost you more in the long run. For example, cutting the material to the exact size and adequately connecting the gutters takes experience and specific equipment. You also risk damaging your roof shingles or siding when installing gutters improperly.
Plus, you risk injury when you lack experience installing gutters or working on a ladder. Overall, the risks outweigh the money saved. You don’t want to risk injury, damage, or a shortened product lifespan.
Colorado’s climate tests gutters. Snow, ice, wind, and rain require quality gutters to keep your roof, foundation, landscaping, and siding in top shape. Because of the harsh Colorado weather, we recommend durable gutters to protect against the elements.