Gutter Repair Edmonton
Edmonton’s Trusted Gutter Repair Experts
At Gutter Dunn, we understand the vital role that well-maintained gutters play in safeguarding your home from the elements. If you’re a homeowner or property manager in Edmonton, you know firsthand the challenges our climate can present, from heavy rainfall in the summer to harsh winters full of snow and ice.
Edmonton’s unique weather conditions can and will take a toll on your gutters, leading to clogs, leaks, and overall deterioration. That’s where we come in. Our team of highly skilled professionals is here to provide you with expert gutter repair services tailored to the specific needs of your home and the demands of our local climate.
Common Gutter Issues We Repair
Sagging or Misaligned Gutters
Gutters that sag or become misaligned are not only unsightly but also ineffective. Over time, gutters can pull away from the fascia board, losing their proper slope. This can happen due to heavy rainfall or the weight of accumulated debris.
When gutters sag or don’t align correctly, rainwater doesn’t flow as it should, potentially causing overflow and damage to your home’s foundation.
Leaking gutters are a common issue, especially after years of exposure to Edmonton’s harsh weather conditions. Cracks, holes, or loose joints can develop over time, leading to water leakage.
This may result in water seeping into your home’s walls, ceilings, or basement, causing structural damage and mold growth.
Rust & Corrosion
Rust and corrosion are significant concerns for gutters, compromising their functionality and appearance. Rusted gutters are more prone to leaks and may even require replacement all together.
We will advise if this is the case, and install an entirely new gutter system if necessary.
Poor drainage can be a severe problem in Edmonton, where heavy rainfall and snowmelt are common, and can be due to a number of factors.
Whether it was faulty install, gutters that are to small, improper slope, or normal wear, if your gutters are not draining properly, they will fail to divert water away from your home’s foundation. This can lead to water pooling near the foundation, causing erosion and potential structural damage over time.