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Whether you’ve got so much flooding in your basement that you could reenact scenes from the movie Waterworld or you just can’t stand to look at the drab paint on your living room walls, finding the right contractor for a project can be difficult.
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If your gutters are rusty, leaky, or bent out of shape, it may be time to invest in a new gutter system. But where to begin? Most homeowners would rather spend their weekends doing just about anything other than researching gutters...
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So far in this four-part series, we have overviewed copper, aluminum, and steel gutters. Many homeowners choose copper for its attractive look and unmatched performance, while others choose aluminum or galvanized steel gutters for the balance of affordability and durability.
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In the last section of the four-part series on gutter materials, copper gutters were explored as a high-end, elegant option that can last the lifetime of a home. This third installment examines steel gutters, known for their sturdiness and strength.
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Among your home’s many exterior features, it’s easy to overlook rain gutters, which seem like purely functional devices rather than ornamental pieces of flair.
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Earlier this week, aluminum gutters were highlighted as a low-cost and sturdy gutter material, making them a popular choice for many homeowners. This installment in the four-part series on gutter materials will overview copper gutters, widely hailed as a stunning architectural feature to add to a home.
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Picking out new gutters seems like a simple enough choice to make in comparison to some more complicated home remodeling projects, and with the right gutter company, it should be a painless process. However, gutters are a critical line of defense against the destructive force that improperly drained water can have on a home.
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During the spring, your grass thrives in the increased sunshine and warmer temperatures. However, in the summer, grass slows in growth and starts to battle harsher conditions. In order for your grass to continue to thrive, you can make the following changes to its care.
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The National Association of Home Builders states that aluminum and steel rain gutters have a lifetime of up to 20 years. Downspouts, which usually suffer less abuse than the gutter troughs, can last even longer—up to 30 years. However, these estimates come with the condition that homeowners tend to their gutters with periodic maintenance.
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A rain gutter is a simple metal channel designed to catch rainwater runoff from your roof. But that can’t be all there is to it, can it? Certainly not, given the constant barrage of leaves, pine needles, snow, ice, and other elemental forces that gutter systems must withstand.
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