1. Foundation Problems: The expansion and contraction of the soil that surrounds your home is the number one reason for slab failure. After a period of rainy weather, the soil
around the perimeter of your home expands as it becomes saturated with moisture. A dry, hot summer following the rain can cause the soil around your foundation to contract and pull away. As this
cycle repeats, support to the foundation can be compromised leading to cracked foundation and masonry as well as sticking doors and windows. A properly designed and installed gutter system keeps the
soil surrounding your home at a consistent moisture level by directing roof runoff safely away from the house.
2. Staining of Masonry and Siding: Rainwater cascading off an unguttered roof will hit the ground with enough force to cause splashback. Within this splashback are dirt, grass and minerals that end up on the exterior of your home. Over a short period of time, a stain appears that can be difficult to remove or hide.
3. Damage to Landscaping: Plants, flowers, mulch and soil located under the drip line of an unguttered roof can suffer from the water runoff of a thunderstorm. Additionally, this runoff can result in an overwatering condition that could permit harmful fungus to develop as well as attract ants, roaches and termites.
All gutters are either sectional or seamless (or continuous). Sectional gutters are sold in pieces and installed as component systems. All do-it-yourself gutter systems are sectional, though pros
install these, too. The sections themselves can be over 20 ft. long each or cut to any size with a hacksaw. Snap-in-place connectors join gutter sections to each other and to downspouts. All
sectional systems have end caps, corner pieces and drop outlets for connecting to downspouts. The drawback to sectional systems is that all those seams can eventually invite leaks. Seamless gutters
won't leak at seams because there are none; sections join only at inside and outside corners and at downspout outlets. That's why they're the most popular configuration. Seamless gutters, made of
aluminum, galvanized steel or copper, are extruded to custom lengths on site using a portable machine.
Our seamless gutters eliminate unsightly seams and greatly reduce the possibility of leaks that cause mildew growth. All of our aluminum gutters are coated with a "baked on" enamel finish that lasts for years and never needs painting.
B & B Seamless Gutters Inc.
Extended business hours
To accomodate our customers' busy schedules, we have extended our hours and are now open later.
8:00 am - 6:00pm
Saturday Appointment Only
*Now Serving These Central Indiana Towns: Indianapolis, Noblesville, Fishers, Carmel, Kokomo, Muncie, Anderson & More..