Gutters are an important part of a building's drainage system. Typically installed along the eaves of a roof, gutters are designed to collect rainwater and direct it away from the building's foundation.
Without gutters, this water can seep into the ground and cause foundation damage, basement flooding, and erosion. Gutters collect the water and direct it to downspouts, which channel it away from the building's foundation and into a drainage system or a splash block.
Gutters require regular maintenance to ensure that they function properly. Leaves, debris, and other materials can accumulate in gutters, clogging them and preventing water from flowing through. This can cause the gutters to overflow, which can lead to water damage. Ask your Project Manager about gutter guards to help prevent clogging.
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