Eavestroughs, not the most exciting aspect of your home’s exterior! Every home has them, they’ve been designed to blend in, to go unnoticed. You don’t really think about them until a heavy rainstorm creates a miniature Niagara Falls, and water is cascading down the side of your home.
Without properly installed and operating eavestroughs the exterior of your home is exposed to water, which is the primary cause of damage to a home’s structure. Water can compromise paint or get into a seam in your home’s siding and cause mold. Water pooling around the foundation of your home will find a crack, cause it to worsen and eventually enter your home’s basement. Then you have a real problem which comes with a real expense.
Q-Exterior eavestroughs are heavy gauge, custom extruded and made to handle high winds, heavy downpours and the weight of snow.
We use large, square downspouts that can transport a high volume of water quickly. We miter each corner by hand to ensure a custom fit that is strong and secure.
We use Alu-Rex rain gutters, which are made in Canada and trusted around the world. Their sturdy aluminum design will not rust, crack, chip or warp. Their continuous hanger gutters are covered by a lifetime warranty and sturdiness protection plan. These gutters will not sag, break or warp.
Q-Exterior eavestroughs not only come with a manufacturer’s warranty but are double backed by our own workmanship warranty.
When you hire Q-Exterior to install your eavestroughs, you get our trained team of skilled professionals, not subcontractors. Like all of our custom installations, Q-Exterior eavestroughs are backed by a 10-year workmanship warranty. We believe in our staff and the products we install so we don’t hesitate to stand behind them.
Our installers are trained to custom fit gutters to each corner and angle of your home’s roof. We don’t cut corners but we get the job done on time. Of course, the installation isn’t finished until Q-Exteriors owner Nev Mutton personally inspects the job to ensure it meets his standards. During the inspection, he welcomes any questions a homeowner might have.
Eavestroughs are designed to do one job, transports water away from your home’s exterior and foundation. So it shouldn’t be hard to see why your house needs properly maintained eavestroughs, but what exactly does that mean? How do you maintain your home’s eavestroughs?
Maintaining your home’s rain gutters means climbing a ladder, getting up on the roof and manually clearing any blockages or debris. This is time-costly and dangerous and it needs to happen a minimum of twice a year. If you have large trees nearby it probably needs to be done more often. Possibly every other month!
There are companies that offer this service, for a significant fee and there’s a possibility your gutters could actually be damaged during the cleaning process. A ladder put up in a hurry, too much weight placed on the eavestroughs. This can damage eavestroughs beyond repair. So are you really getting a professional you can trust?
What if there were a solution that meant never trusting a costly professional to climb up on your roof again and meant you never had to climb up there and clean out the gutters either? There is such a solution and Q-Exteriors installs it!