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There are several types of issues that can occur with your eavestroughs that would require the assistance of a professional. These issues can lead to further damage not addressed promptly. It’s important to regularly check and maintain your eavestroughs to ensure they’re functioning properly.
Recognizing the signs that you may need a eavestrough Calgary repair service is essential. You can feel confident that our team at Bears Valley Roofing can ensure that your eavestroughs are functioning properly and protecting your home or building.
How to tell if you need a Eavestrough Calgary repair
An eavestrough, also known as a gutter, is a channel or trough that is installed along the edge of a roof to collect and channel rainwater away from the building’s foundation. They are typically made of metal, plastic, or wood and are designed to prevent water damage to the building by directing rainwater to downspouts, which then redirect the water away from the building’s foundation. Eavestroughs are an important component of a building’s overall water management system, as they help to prevent water infiltration and protect the building’s structure.
Some common issues that may require eavestrough repair include:
- Water overflowing or spilling out of the eavestroughs
- Sagging or pulling away from the building
- Rust or holes in the eavestroughs
- Cracked or loose eavestroughs or fittings
- Debris or vegetation growing in the eavestroughs
- Water stains on the walls or foundation of the building If you notice any of these signs it is recommended to contact a professional for an inspection and repair.
Process to get Eavestrough Calgary Repair
These are the steps we take you through from requesting a quote to project completion
Request a Quote
Fill out our online form to request a quote or call (403) 333-0319. Our team will get back to you within 24 hours to confirm your request and start the process.
Inspect and deliver quote
Our certified inspector will take a look, provide you with an accurate estimate, and apply a temporary repair. We go over your options and answer all your questions.
We will complete the project within your desired timeframe. Our project manager will conduct a review to ensure our work exceeds your expectations.
Repair vs. Replacing Eavestrough
Repairing and replacing eavestroughs are both options to consider when dealing with damaged or malfunctioning eavestroughs. Repairing eavestroughs involves fixing specific issues such as patching holes, tightening loose fittings, and removing clogs. This option is usually less expensive and less time-consuming than replacing the entire eavestrough system, and can be a good choice if the damage is not too severe or widespread.
When a replacing your Eavestroughs is a better option
Replacing eavestroughs involves removing the old eavestroughs and installing new ones. This option is typically more costly and time-consuming than repair, but may be necessary if the eavestroughs are severely damaged, rusted or too old, or if the homeowner wants to upgrade to a different material or style. It is best to book a consultation to determine which option is best for you.
Regular maintenance, including cleaning out debris and leaves, can help prolong the life of your eavestroughs
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When we are done with the job we do not just end our contract there. We are available for any further questions and maintenance. We will return for a complementary one year follow up inspection, for new roof installs, to make sure everything is in good working order.
Calgary Eavestrough FAQs
Please keep in mind that this list is not exhaustive. It is best to contact us for a consultation to determine the best solution for your eavestroughs and downspouts repair needs. Here are a few common questions that we get asked:
The cost of eavestrough installation or repair in Alberta can vary depending on a number of factors such as the size of your home or building, the type of eavestroughs you choose, and the complexity of the installation or repair.
Generally speaking, the cost of eavestrough installation can range from $2 to $10 per linear foot, depending on the material and style of the eavestroughs. For example, aluminum eavestroughs typically cost less than copper eavestroughs.
The cost of repair can also vary depending on the extent of the damage and the type of repair needed. A simple repair such as patching a hole or tightening loose fittings may cost $50-$100, while more extensive repairs or replacements can cost several hundreds of dollars.
It’s also important to note that labor costs can vary depending on the contractor and location. It is always recommended to book a consultation with our team to make an informed decision.
Eavestrough and gutter are two terms that are often used interchangeably to refer to the same thing, which is the channel or trough that is installed along the edge of a roof to collect and channel rainwater away from the building’s foundation.
The terms eavestrough and gutter may be used differently in different regions or by different contractors or manufacturers, but in general, they refer to the same thing.
In some regions, people may refer to them as Eavestroughs, which is more commonly used in Canada, and in some other regions, people may refer to them as gutters which is more commonly used in the US. Both terms refer to the same function, which is directing rainwater away from the building’s foundation and protecting it from water damage.
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