When our client, Steve, moved into his townhome last fall, there were many amenities he was excited about. However, the property’s gutters did make the list. Lacking in size, he was concerned at the prospect of keeping them clog-free. He swiftly began to research his options. However, he didn’t look too far. As it happened, his neighbor still had a LeafGuard® Brand Gutter job sign on his lawn, having just had our craftsmen install seamless gutters on his property. Wanting a similar concept for his home, he made the call to Lindus Construction for a free estimate on LeafGuard® Brand Gutters. Here are the reasons he ultimately decided they were the best decision for his property.
Curb Appeal: LeafGuard® Brand Gutters offer an appearance like that of crown molding. Steve appreciated this characteristic because the new gutters blended in with the stylish architecture of his 2005 townhome. He also appreciated that the gutters were the brand as those of his neighbor’s, offering a look of continuity. Adding to their aesthetics is the fact that LeafGuard® Gutters are coated in ScratchGuard® paint. This finish is manufactured to ward off chipping, peeling, rotting, and rusting. This ensures that Steve’s gutters will continue to look their best for years to come.
Maintenance: Another top priority for Steve was creating a maintenance-free exterior that would allow him to forego the dangerous chore of unclogging his home’s gutters which can result in serious injuries if he were to fall off a ladder. LeafGuard® Brand Gutters offer the ultimate peace of mind because they have earned the prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal of approval. Steve understood that failure to keep gutters clog-free can have catastrophic consequences such as washed-out landscaping, a flooded basement, and wood rot.
LeafGuard® Brand Gutters Are Custom-Manufactured For Each Home They’re Installed On:
Oversize Design: Another priority for Steve was selecting a gutter system that had a sizable design. Although his townhome was less than 20 years old, the gutters that had been installed on it were small and builder grade. Undersized gutters can prove problematic because they have a difficult time keeping up during periods of heavy rainfall. This can quickly lead to overflowing. Steve appreciated that LeafGuard® has been certified by the Good Housekeeping Institute to handle more than 32 inches of rain within an hour. Their downspouts are 30% larger than the industry norm and the trough measures six inches.