Don’t be a victim
of flooding!

The simple fixture that runs along the edge of your roof is tasked with a crucial responsibility.

It may seem small but it is one of the most important protection against rainwater and the damage it can cause.

Understanding Gutters and How They Work

The main function of a gutter is to provide a channel for redirecting rainwater.

They are designed to reduce erosion of the ground against your home and greatly decreases the risk of basement flooding and foundation damage by guiding water to a drain or a safe area.



Pounding water along the foundation line erodes the soil and can seep down along the foundation, increasing the risk of basement leaks and structural instability. Erosion also causes the foundation to settle. Eventually, you may start to notice uneven floors and cracked walls and chimneys as a result.


Many homeowners enjoy planting flowers and shrubs right next to the house. This creates a pleasing aesthetic and can act as a windbreaker to guard against blustery winter weather. If soil erosion occurs because you don’t have gutters, your garden could literally wash away.


Over time, streams of rainwater can begin to rot your siding, especially if it’s made of wood. Rotten siding looks unappealing, but more importantly, it creates holes that invite pests into your home. If enough water seeps through the siding, it could affect your home’s structural integrity and become extremely expensive and
difficult to fix.


Tiny cracks in your foundation walls allow water to flow in and flood your basement. Even if the amount of water entering doesn’t appear substantial, this excessive moisture promotes mold growth, which could become a health hazard.

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Without fully functioning gutters and downspouts to control runoff in a safe manner, rainwater could cut pathways through your yard as well as your neighbor’s, creating ditches, pooling in low-lying areas, and even killing lawns, flowers, and other vegetation.

Roof Damage

Mold and Mildew Growth

Foundation Issues

Basement Flooding

clogged gutters can be nearly as bad as having no gutters at all.

Rainwater trapped in a clogged gutter or downspout has nowhere to go but over the edge increasing the risk of ice dams forming at the edge of the roof.

If you have traditional gutters on your home, you should clean them at least twice a year: once in the spring and again in the fall, before winter arrives especially when living in a state like Minnesota where winter is harsh and brings a lot of damage if your house is not taken care of. However, instead of performing regular maintenance which takes a lot of time and money, you can alter the structure itself: Install a patented seamless gutter system that never clogs and never needs cleaning. It will save you from ever having to worry about your gutters again. 

Help Center​

Most frequent questions and answers

Seamless gutters are continuous gutters usually made from aluminum, copper, painted steel, or zinc. They are long, uniform sections of metal and the only connecting points are at the downspouts and corners, making it much easier to maintain and more durable than the traditional gutters. Also, because seamless gutters have no seam, the chance of leakage is significantly reduced. 

The most common type of guttering systems is the seamless K-style one.  Whether you are looking for traditional residential aluminum gutters, 5 inch is more than enough for a regular house. Sometimes houses that has a pretty much high pitch roof and requires a bigger 6 inch gutter in order to catch all the rainwater and prevent overflows. The aluminum gutters are lightweight and cost-effective option that leave your home’s exterior shining, used to control runoff, protect walls, and help prevent foundation erosion.
To prevent your gutters from getting clogged the best way is to install a leaf guard or some other product that prevents leaves and debris from landing inside your gutters. Once the product is installed, you can relax and enjoy your maintenance-free system!

The time it takes to install new gutters depends on different factors, such as the size of your home, the type of gutters you are getting installed, and even the shape and condition of  your house. If the previous gutters were not installed correctly, there could be water damage along the roof and even rotted wood. In this case, the installation process will take much longer because the wood will need to be replaced. Weather also takes part in the time factor. However, in most normal circumstances, the installation process can be done in just one day.

The repair or replacement of your gutters really depends on the extent of damage it can have. If your gutters simply need to be patched or resealed it is better to just repair and enjoy them for a bit longer. But if the problems are more significant, it is best to replace them with some new gutters.  If the gutters are deteriorating and pulling away from the house, you should look at replacing them. If they are not sealed properly against the house there is a chance that the wood could be damaged from the water and it may be rotting. There could also be mold growing, which can cause serious problems to your home and most importantly to your family’s health. Contact us for an estimate on replacing your gutters before they get worse.
The price of new gutters could not be a specific one. Depending on the type you want and the size of your home, it is not possible to provide a general price without knowing this information. You can expect to pay more if you want to add leaf protection to your gutter system in order to have a more maintenance-free gutters and not worrying about them getting clogged.