After Sunwest’s contractors repair your roof and siding, they can even move onto installing brand new seamless eaves for extra structural protection. Neglected eavestroughs can and will lead to larger problems. Regular portioned gutters have seams covered with sealant that appear small, but are not flat against the inner surface of the eaves. These small protrusions can cause blockages over time. Debris caught in your eavestroughs will build up to eventually burst or leak. While these types of buildups are natural as your house ages, proper maintenance postpones major problems.
Save Time and Money with Seamless Eavestroughs
Eavestroughs are crucial to the structure of your walls and roof. They direct water drainage away from your home to keep your walkways clean and protect the foundation of your home as well.
Seamless eaves are Sunwest’s specialty. Seamless gutters only have seams at the corners. They are pre-cut and delivered to your home in long lengths. Homeowners choose between 4 inches and 6 inches in diameter. The goal of seamless gutters is to eliminate the extra potential for buildup along the straight edges of your roof. Fewer buildups means fewer leaks. Our seamless gutters are easier to clean, and relatively easy for us to install.