This Lanexa, VA client wanted to replace the gutters on their home with GutterShutter. This side of the home didn't have any gutters to start with.
This home had traditional 5-inch metal gutters installed. The gutters often filled with leaves and pine needles, overflowed and pooled water in their garden and around the home. They wanted to check off cleaning their gutters from their chore list for good and protect their garden and foundation from puddling water. We installed the GutterShutter system. GutterShutter is a seamless metal gutter with a hood. The system is supported every 2 feet with a durable bracket that offers support to the front, back, and hood of the gutter meaning the homeowners don't have to worry about their gutters sagging or pulling away from the home.
This Williamsburg, VA homeowner was looking for a solution to keeping leaves and debris out of their gutters and having to clean their gutters. We replaced their old open gutters with the Gutter Shutter system which includes a hood that allows water in but keeps leaves and debris out, keeping our client off of the roof and off of ladders cleaning their gutters.
With their old gutters deteriorating, clogged, and warped, this Williamsburg, VA homeowner needed to replace their old gutter system that had come with a leaf guard.
They chose to install the Gutter Shutter System which is guaranteed to never clog, sag, or pull away. Its extra-wide trough and downspouts carry 20% more water than traditional 5" gutters and will keep the homeowners off the roof and ladder, checking "clean gutters" off the chore list for good.
This homeowner initially contacted us about water and moisture concerns in their crawl space. At their inspection, we found that there were no gutters on the home. This meant that all of the water-shedding off of the roof during a rainstorm was dumping right against the home's foundation and making its way into the crawl space.
Adding GutterShutter to the home is part of the solution to helping this crawl space. We need to manage the water around the home to prevent water and moisture infiltration into the crawl space as much as possible. The water infiltration, high humidity, and warm temperatures in the crawl space caused mold and mildew growth, and insulation damage under the home which will also be addressed.