One of the most important lines of defense against potential water damage to your Detroit home is the gutters you have installed. This system directs water from your roof and the exterior of your home, allowing it to run to a more controlled and safe area. Left standing on your roof water can lead to serious structural damage and leak into the interior of your home. This can have a long term lasting impact on your home, your health, and the value of your property. Water can also route its way into the basement, and clean up costs from this alone can range from an alarming $3,000 to a staggering $10,000.
Aside from serious damage, undirected falling water will take a toll on the outside of your home, including splashing mud and water onto your siding, doors, and windows. It can flood and affect decks and patios. A simple but effective gutter system in place will allow you to have the comfort of curbing these threats, and taking control of one of natures most powerful forces.
But how do you know what gutters are right for you? The experts at Kroll Construction can work with you to help protect and prolong the life of your Detroit home.
There are several things that you will want to consider when choosing the right gutter for your home. There are a wide variety of materials, styles, colors, sizes, and coatings.
As a general rule gutter installers serve four distinct types of buildings. There are commercial buildings, tract homes, custom built homes, and homes that are already standing. Existing homes and custom built homes are similar in that the homeowner chooses from a variety of gutters; however there are some differences in what can be done in these two situations.
If you are constructing a custom built home you are likely not going to want to ruin the aesthetics of your exterior design by any random or out of place looking gutter system. When you are building from the ground up you have the opportunity to craft a pleasing system that will compliment, or at least be subtle to, the existing exterior of your home. On the other side of the equation existing home owners, who are likely tired of leaks or damage to their home with an existing system, can work with Kroll Construction to craft similarly appealing gutters based upon the established construction of the home.
Gutters come in a wide variety of materials, ranging from copper, steel and aluminum to zinc and there are a wide spectrum of colors that can be selected from based upon your preferences and style.
Kroll Construction has extensive experience in designing optimal and the most attractive systems. This includes evaluating your Michigan home, should you have an existing construction, and calculating the maximum water flow based on roof area and pitch. Armed with this information, and an analysis of the ground-level runoff area, Kroll Construction will design a gutter system that will be affordable and an effective defense against damaging water.
Contact Kroll Construction for a free gutter estimate at (888) 338-6340.