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There are few chores more dreaded than cleaning out the gutters. From dragging the ladder around the house to digging out wet leaves and debris, cleaning out the gutters is a task no one looks forward to doing.
1-800-HANSONS can install new gutters and gutter guards on your home and your garage. Our 5” aluminum seamless gutters come in many different colors and can withstand the heaviest of rainfalls.
Micro-mesh Cloth Technology
Medical grade stainless steel is strategically weaved together to ensure nothing but water gets into your gutters.
Our patent pending dip technology sets us apart from other companies. Using three inward dips, our product allows water to get through even when there is heavy debris.
Cape Cod Gray
White Low Gloss
Trees shed leaves throughout the entire year, and then more intensely in autumn; this is when a significant portion of leaves find their way onto roofs, and into the gutters and downspouts. If your house has a flat or a near-flat roof or improperly angled toward the downspouts, the drains will clog way quicker than usual. What’s even worse is that leaves and twigs stuck in gutters remain wet for extended periods of time and are later difficult to blow out. Don’t get surprised if you spot pests, mold and even birds nesting in your gutters.
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There are many types of gutter covers for your home including: mesh, brushes, nylon and foam.
1-800-HANSONS uses a micro-mesh cloth gutter guard that strategically weaves together medical grade stainless steel to ensure nothing but water gets into your gutters.
No. Our gutter guards are invisible from the ground. They’re installed inside the gutter allowing them to be hidden from view.
Snow and ice are a problem that causes your gutters to clog, but not entirely. How so? While the accumulation of snow and ice on the roof is worrisome, it’s not crucial. Usually, it’s the condition of the attic that makes all the difference. If the attic ventilates poorly, it will retain more warmth and lead to excessive melting of the snow on the roof. When the snow slides onto the cold gutter, it turns into ice due to a sudden temperature change, causing the gutter to clog almost immediately. If the additional snow overflows the gutter, you may be looking into damaged walls, eaves, and foundation.
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