The gutters may play the Robin to the roofing’s Batman, but they contribute greatly in keeping your home safe and intact from water damage. You’ll need to have them replaced at some point in the future, but how often should you actually invest in a gutter replacement? Ken Morton & Sons LLC, the GAF® Master Elite® roofer in the area, shares what you need to know.… Continue Reading
Five-inch K-style or six-inch half-round gutters should have enough capacity to protect the average home from rain and moisture damage. However, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach in gutter installation projects. The correct gutter size ultimately depends on your area’s rainfall and your roof’s pitch.
In this post, our roofing contractors at Ken Morton & Sons elaborate show you how to calculate the correct size for your gutters:… Continue Reading
A snowy landscape can make a nice picture, but there’s no denying the potential risks for damage that ice can bring, especially to your roof and gutters. In this article, Ken Morton Roofing & Siding, a GAF Master Elite Roofer, discusses how ice can cause damage to your roof and gutters…. Continue Reading
Not all signs of gutter damage are easily identified. Detecting early signs of failing gutters is important as they protect your home’s exterior and foundation from water damage.