There are many reasons why when it comes to replacing the gutters on their home, people choose copper gutters. First, and most obvious, is their attractiveness. Copper gutters can dramatically change the character and beauty of your home. When they’re first installed, the shiny-penny color gives a burst of color and glow which oxidizes over time and fades into a lovely green, old-world patina. Homes with copper gutters have a lot of curb appeal and stand out above the rest. When you have copper gutters, your house will definitely turn heads.
Month: January 2020
Commercial properties come in a multitude of sizes, styles, shapes, and materials as do their roofs. A commercial roof can be a pitched roof with asphalt shingles, it can have a flat metal or concrete roof, or it can even have a green roof covered with plants and grass. Industrial businesses like warehouses, distribution centers, and factories are generally so large they require a flat roof with a complex drainage system to prevent stormwater from building up and causing damage. They’re often made of metal such as galvanized steel or aluminum, layers of tar and gravel, thermoplastics, or PVC. No matter what the material, it needs proper drainage.
You clean your gutters, they fill back up with leaves. Clean them again and in no time, they’re clogging and water is flowing over the edges of the gutters. When you’re a homeowner, you’re in a neverending war to keep leaves out of your gutters so stormwater can easily flow away from your home where it can’t do any damage. There is a way to win the war on leaves. So put on your tactical gear and your best leaf camouflage, and fight with us.