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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you should be on your roof at least once per year to check for any clogs or water damage. Gutters will help to protect your home’s foundation and make sure you’re protecting your home’s value.
Homes will settle over time. If your installation was done correctly twenty years ago, and now they’re leaking and holding water, it could be because of the foundation settling and causing your gutters to not perform properly.
Moss is a living organism that will stain and wear your roof. If moss remains on your roof the roof life is considerably shortened and may lead to leaks and further damage. Moss can be easily treated and prevent future moss growth. If you have existing moss growth you may require a cleaning before treatment. Call our office to schedule a free evaluation of your roof’s condition.
Yes, we offer dates and time windows of arrival to service any appointment of installation, repair, or cleaning. You can go to our “Contact Us” tab to request a free estimate or call our office at 425-449-6622. We look forward to earning your business!
In the Northwest you’re going to have a lot of home maintenance. We live in a damp environment that rains an average of 38 inches pear year. That’s a lot of water! We want to keep that water away from your foundation and crawl space. We have easily maintained recurring maintenance programs that can consist of roof blow offs, gutter cleaning and moss control to protect your roof and gutters. Proper maintenance can pay off and save you money.
Besides the roof over your head, the gutters are the second most important thing on your home. The gutters will transport the water away from your home’s foundation and prevent settling and cracks. The gutters will also protect your siding, windows, basements and crawl space from any water damage.
If your gutters are rusting out, leaking, or corroding they should have an estimator stop by to properly assess the problem areas and find if the gutters are able to be repaired or if you’ll need a partial replacement or a full replacement.
We do not currently offer this service. You can send us an email if you are inquiring about which companies we recommend for this service.
All companies operating legally inside of Washington State must have all three of these things. We are current with all legal obligations to perform work inside the state.