Spring is ready, are your gutters? Ask yourself these 3 questions!

The severe winter weather we experienced just a month ago could have intensely affected your gutter system. Leaves, broken branches and other debris will block your gutters from doing their main job- keeping rain out of your house. Gutters are so easy to overlook, making them the most neglected and costly repair a homeowner can face.
Why wait until a major rain storm? Here are 3 questions you can ask yourself to make sure your gutters are ready to withstand spring showers and to avoid and prevent larger (and costly) issues!
1. Is there any visible damage on your gutters?
To answer this question, check out your gutters on a sunny and dry day. Are there holes in your gutters that are causing leaks? Are there gaps from one gutter to the other? Are your gutters starting to separate away from your home? Are there rust spots? If you answered yes to any of these you may want to call a professional to inspect them. These are clear warning signs your gutters are starting to become ineffective. We encourage a free inspection to see if your gutters simply need a repair or if you need a new system.
2. Are your gutters clear of debris, leaves and other undesirable growth?
Spring is definitely the time to make sure your gutters are clear of any unwanted debris! Gutter maintenance only needs to be done about twice a year for it to be effective so we suggest you complete these bi-yearly cleanings or hire a professional to do this service for you. It will definitely save you money down the road!
3. Are there dirt channels or pooling water underneath?
If there is an overflow of water underneath your gutters, this is a tell tale sign you will need to replace your gutter system. Gutters that are not able to properly do their job of keeping water from your home have no purpose anymore! Call us to come out and inspect your home. We will give you a free estimate, and can ensure you an easy and efficient replacement!
Call us at 1-800-MLM-ROOF or fill out a form on our landing page- we would be happy to serve you!