Keep Water at Bay: Find the Right Gutters for Your Home
Through rain or shine, you want to keep your home protected and your family happy and healthy. So, when storms threaten to drench your property in water, you want to make sure every part of your house is optimally functioning. Gutters, for example, do a great deal to protect your home from water damage. A functioning gutter prevents water from running down the side of your house and pooling at the base. And to ensure your gutters are working as they should, Greater Good Restoration can lend a hand.
From water damage to fire damage, and everything in between, Greater Good Restoration is the restoration expert DuPage county residents call for repairs after severe accidents or natural disasters. We understand how important it is to keep your property protected from the elements. Thus, we offer a variety of repair and restoration services to ensure you can continue living life to its fullest.
Why Are Gutters So Important?
There’s rarely a home or business that goes without gutters. This is due in part to the important role gutters play in the protection of your property. While we can sometimes forget about the impact of gutters, they are what prevent water from damaging your residence.
- Keeping Water Away from Walls
- Siding alongside your home already does a great deal to protect the interior of your property from water damage. However, gutters are an extra layer of protection, ensuring as little water as possible interacts with your exterior.
- Keeping Water Away from Your Foundation
- Gutters and downspouts take water rolling off your roof and direct it a safe distance away from your home, where the soil absorbs it. However, if a gutter is overflowing or a downspout is disconnected, water can pool at the base of your property, doing damage to your house’s foundation and destroying flower beds.
- Keeping Water Out of Your Basement
- Damage to the foundation of your home, caused by water damage, can eventually lead to water escaping into your basement. Your basement, being darker and harder to control the temperature for, can be host to mold growth if water leakage is left unchecked. And mold can lead to damaging your belongings and endangering the health of your family.
Signs You Need New Gutters
When it comes to having your gutters replaced, how will you know its necessary before the damage is done? If you keep a lookout for some tell-tale signs, you can have your gutters restored at precisely the right time.
- Broken Fasteners – When the pieces of metal that keep your gutter attached to your roof begin to break or fall off, you may need repair or replacement.
- Cracks and Dents – Cracks in a gutter can lead to water leaking alongside the exterior of your home, and dents can affect the drainage of your gutter system.
- Sagging Gutters – If your gutters are sagging, water can build up in those areas and overflow the sides of your gutters, rendering them ineffective.
Expert Care with Help from Our Partners
While Greater Good Restoration handles the restoration of your home or business, our sister company takes care of your damage claim with insurance. Frontline Adjusters work closely with our business to ensure insurance companies provide you what you are owed after an accident or natural disaster. You already must worry about getting your property back in order; the last thing you need to be concerned about is whether your insurance will fully cover your restoration efforts.
Our Additional Services
Gutter installation is only a small portion of what Greater Good Restoration can do for your property’s exterior. Our experienced contractors offer services involving:
We’ve Got You Covered
Ensure your gutters are doing their job and protecting your home when you call the restoration experts at Greater Good Restoration. Contact us today at 630-394-6132 for a free claim assessment. Also, we are located at 799 Roosevelt Rd, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137.