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San Diego Gutters FAQs

Dedicated to providing clarity and peace of mind for all your gutter needs in San Diego.

General Service Questions

A: Our schedule depends on the time of year and current workload. We aim to schedule your service as soon as possible, often within a week of your inquiry.

A: Absolutely. We are happy to provide a free estimate after evaluating your needs.

A: Yes, all of our workers are fully insured and licensed for your peace of mind and to ensure the highest quality of service.

A: We offer a full range of gutter services including installation, repair, and maintenance. We also provide related products such as leader heads, rain barrels, and rain chains.

A: Gutters Plus Inc services the entire region, including both residential and commercial properties. Please contact us to confirm whether your specific location is within our service area.

Gutter Installation Questions

A: Yes, we provide a warranty for our gutter installation services. Please contact us for more details.

A: Yes, we handle the removal and disposal of old gutters as part of our service.

A: Yes, our experts will help you choose the right type, size, and color of gutters that match your home and needs.

A: We install various types of gutters including seamless, aluminum, steel, and copper gutters.

A: The time frame for gutter installation can vary depending on the size of your home, but generally, it takes between one to three days.

Gutter Repair Questions

A: Depending on the severity of the damage, many gutters can be repaired rather than replaced. Our team will assess your gutters and provide the best recommendation.

A: The time for repair varies depending on the extent of the damage. Minor repairs can often be completed in a few hours, while major repairs might take a day or more.

A: Yes, we have the expertise to repair all types of gutters, including seamless, aluminum, steel, and copper gutters.

A: If you notice any leaks, sagging gutters, or water not draining properly, it might be time for a repair.

A: We handle all types of gutter repairs, from fixing leaks, replacing damaged sections, to correcting poor pitch and more.

Leader Head Questions

A: Leader heads are typically installed at the top of downspouts and are attached to the gutter system.

A: No, they typically require the same level of maintenance as your gutters and downspouts.

A: Yes, we can custom fabricate leader heads to fit your specific needs and preferences.

A: We offer a variety of leader head styles to match your architecture and aesthetic preferences. Please contact us to discuss the options.

A: A leader head, also known as a conductor head, is a device attached to the gutter and downspout system that aids in directing rainwater away from the building. They add aesthetic appeal and improve the functionality of your gutter system.

Rain Barrel Questions

A: We do not recommend using rainwater collected in the barrel for drinking or cooking, as it may contain contaminants from the roof.

A: Rain barrels are relatively low-maintenance. They should be cleaned periodically to remove any debris and checked for leaks.

A: Rain barrels are typically placed under a downspout to collect water from the roof. We provide full installation services and can help set it up for you.

A: The capacity of rain barrels varies, but most residential rain barrels can store between 50 and 80 gallons of water.

A: A rain barrel collects and stores rainwater from your roof that can be used for watering plants, washing cars, and other purposes. It helps in conserving water and reducing your water bill.

Rain Chain Questions

A: Rain chains require minimal maintenance. You should occasionally check for any debris that could cause a blockage and clean it as needed.

A: Rain chains are typically made from a variety of materials such as copper, stainless steel, and even plastic or glass.

A: Yes, rain chains can be attached to most types of gutter systems.

A: While rain chains handle regular rain well, in heavy downpours they may not be able to channel the water as effectively as a traditional downspout. Consider your local climate and rainfall patterns when deciding on a rain chain.

A: A rain chain is a decorative alternative to a downspout. It guides the rainwater down its chain into a ground drain or rain barrel, and provides a visually pleasing water feature when it rains.