Not only will a gutter guard system save you from crawling up the ladder to clear out the debris, it will help protect your most valuable asset – your home. When sticks, leaves and other remnants become lodged in your eavestrough, it can cause roof problems, foundation issues and freeze-thaw damage in winter.
Our Mission Leaf Guards will prevent the accumulation of leaves and debris and allow rainwater to flow freely away from your house and its foundation.
During your installation, we complete a CSR – Clean, Seal and Reinforce. Your gutters will be completely cleaned out and each seam, end cap and corner will be sealed with a narrow seam silicone. The gutters will be reinforced with more hangers to prevent any sagging or pulling away from the house.
The stainless steel micro-mesh leaf guard will then be installed in the gutters, preventing leaves, seeds, pine needles, pods, shingle grit etc. from entering and clogging the system. This new investment will save you time, energy and money in the future!
The size and scope of the project will determine how long the installation will take, but typically it ranges from several hours to a full day.
Your home is a reflection of who you are and an expression of your style and taste. Our options for siding will allow you to select the colour and style that best suits your home, your style and your budget.
Whether you’re repairing or replacing, our professional team will inspect and assess your home and the walls on which the siding is installed. Any necessary repairs will be completed to ensure the integrity of the project. Issues could include water damage, rot and possible asbestos.
Water can be a destructive force of nature. Standing water can rot parts of the roof or soffit and fascia. It can also cause cracks that can compromise the integrity of the foundation and create leaks in the basement.
By properly outfitting your home with quality eavestroughs, you can ensure rainwater drains away from your house and its foundation.
After removing the old eavestroughs, our team will inspect the property for evidence of any rotted boards or damage of any kind. Any unusable sections will be replaced before your new system is installed. Our professional installers will accurately measure your home, measure, cut and install the eavestroughs.
Downspouts are a critical part of the eavestrough system as they carry the water away from your house, foundation, siding and landscaping.
Large amounts of water accumulating around your foundation can result in a crumbling foundation or leaky basement so the downspout should extend at least five feet from your house. Sometimes the extended downspout can obstruct you when mowing the lawn. Our solution is installing a Spout Saver hinge that will allow you to easily lift the downspout extension up and out of the way so you can easily mow your lawn. When finished just lower the downspout extension back to its functional position so that water can flow away from the home.
Our team will ensure the downspouts are properly installed to drain rainwater away and protect the investment you’ve made in your home.
Fascia boards are an essential part of the eavestrough system, however, due to their placement they can deteriorate over time when clogged gutters or misaligned soffit allow rainwater to collect.
For this reason, it may be necessary to replace fascia boards. To further protect this area in the future, you may consider wrapping the fascia boards in aluminum. We provide a variety of options that will match or compliment your siding or colour of your brick.
An aluminum wrap gives your home a polished, professional look while protecting the fascia boards under it. Our team will measure and cut a wrap to fit your needs. The aluminum will cover the font and tuck over the bottom edge, preventing water from eroding the board.
Similar to the fascia boards, soffit is an important part of the eavestrough system. The underside of your overhang is also vital to your home’s ventilation. Ventilated soffit allows cool air into your attic space.
Cracked, damaged or missing soffit will impact the effectiveness of this ventilation as well as the eaves system, which is designed to move the water away from your house and its foundation. Our team will assess your home and determine if the ventilation is sufficient and plan accordingly. Replacing the soffit and possibly adding extra ventilation can stabilize your eavestroughs and improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Rain barrels allow you to collect rainwater and use it around your property for plants and greenery. Collecting this water also keeps it from accumulating around your foundation, basement or crawl space.
Before our team installs your rain barrel, they will inspect your gutters and downspouts to ensure they are free of debris and functioning properly. Together, you will decide where the rain barrel should be situated and if it should be elevated. It should be installed close to where you will be using the water and connected to a downspout.
Our professional team will shorten the downspout and add an elbow according to the size and location of the rain barrel. The rain barrel will supply a low-pressure supply of water, so it is often advisable to elevate the location for increased flow.
The very nature of eavestroughs is to catch the falling rain. However, falling leaves, twigs, pine needles and more can also get caught in the gutters. Over time, this debris will accumulate and turn into a gunky mess. Our professional team will (perform a CSR-Clean, Seal and Reinforce) on the eavestrough, which will ensure a full flow of water can get through. They will inspect the gutters, soffit and fascia for any possible rot, mold or damage and repair accordingly.