Protecting Charlotte Roofs with Reliable Gutter Systems
Roofs are Our Terrain
Charlotte's Gutter Installation Company You Can Trust
Did you know that gutters are not required by the North Carolina code? Gutters and downspouts do so much more than just help rainwater run off your roof. They also protect your home! Without a good gutter system, rainwater can continuously collect around your home’s foundation, compromising its structure as well as your beautiful landscaping.
Roof Medic in Charlotte offers completely custom-built gutter systems and installs them the best way for your home’s specific needs. Our goal is to help effectively keep water away from your home. From standard aluminum to steel to copper, we offer a vast variety of gutter materials, styles, and colors.
Gutters are a great component to add on while having your roof replacement. Call us today to discuss adding custom gutters to your roof system!
Types of Gutters We Install
Our professional staff is here to guide you through the variety of gutter sizes, styles, and benefits of each type. Our only goal is to determine the best style and options for your home. We want you to feel confident when making these important investments for your home. Here’s what to know about the most popular gutter systems we install for our customers.
Seamless gutters are created on-site and completely customized for your home. They are designed to fit your home like a glove. These gutters are made of metal sheets and produced in one continuous cut, limiting the seams to just the corners and reducing the likelihood of leaks or cracks over time.
Maybe the most traditional gutter system, the half-round gutter is iconic. Resembling a tube that has been cut in half, half-round gutters are the standard amongst historic buildings. This rounded shape also makes cleaning a breeze since debris can’t get stuck in any annoying corners. Plus, less debris means minor wear and tear and a longer-lasting gutter than many of its competitors.
K-style gutters are a perfect look for buildings that are looking for a touch of class. Constructed to look like interior trim, these gutters can give any building a more sophisticated look. Given their distinctive k shape, the flat side of the gutter is easy to nail into fascia board without the need for many brackets. This also gives the gutters a seamless finish, making them far less likely to leak.
Box Style Gutters
Box-style gutters have a rectangular shape, which can create really clean lines against modern homes. While typically found in older homes, you shouldn’t rule them out when considering a new gutter system. In fact, many historical homes prefer box-style gutters to match their architectural design.
Roof Medic is a huge fan of gutter guards and screens. They made it impossible to clog your gutters and are simply another added layer of protection for your roof. Gutter guards can be combined with a variety of gutter systems and will save you time and money in the long run.
These solutions can be combined with a variety of gutter systems and will save you time and money in the long run.
After installing gutters for years, we’ve found the best gutter systems for our climate. For more information and options, get in touch with our experienced staff today.
Sectional gutters have a tendency to wear out over time, but seamless should last as long as your home does.
Gutter guards are an incredibly easy way to make sure debris is not getting into your gutters and will minimize the need for gutter cleaning. Outside of installing gutter guards, it’s best to inspect your gutters at least once a year and clean them out as necessary.
Don’t let your roof be vulnerable and get the protection it needs with a good gutter system. Give Roof Medic a call today to discuss adding custom gutters to your home.