Your commercial gutters were an investment in your business. They not only serve the important function of draining stormwater runoff safely away from your building and other businesses, but they can also be aesthetically attractive and add curb appeal. As with any investment, of course, you want to get your money’s worth. Your gutters should last up to 20 years depending on the material used (50-100 years for copper gutters!), but in order for your gutters to endure, they must be properly maintained.
Month: June 2019
Summer’s finally here and if you’re like most people, you’re enjoying backyard barbecues, working in the garden, and spending lazy days at the beach. What you aren’t doing is thinking about fall. You’re not thinking about crisp, cold days with leaves falling from the trees. You’re not thinking about raking all those leaves, and you’re definitely not thinking about cleaning all those slimy, disgusting leaves out of your gutters.
You’re looking to give your home’s exterior a facelift, add some curb appeal. You freshen the trim paint, plant some flowers, and even out the hedges. After all those improvements, your gutters are left looking worn and shabby. Is it time to upgrade them to something more attractive? Copper gutters are a great way to spruce up a home and give it character and curb appeal but are they worth it?