It may be an easy chore to forget about, but if you want to avoid expensive damage to your home, you won’t neglect your gutters. The purpose of your gutters is to get stormwater and snow melt away from your home, specifically your foundation, and thwarting that effort can have serious repercussions for your home.
If your gutters are poorly maintained, water can fall around your foundation and enter your basement or crawl space, which can lead to mold and other water damage. In winter, the water can freeze and actually crack your foundation. Higher up, if water gets behind your gutters, it can rot out your fascia boards, which in turn puts your gutters at risk of collapse and also provides an opening for animals and more water to find its way into your roof.
This is why it is critical for you to regularly clean your gutters and repair any sagging or broken hangers as soon as you notice them. If you have been neglecting your gutters, you may need to consider completely replacing your gutters depending on the level of damage.
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Yes! We have been successfully handling storm damage repair projects across the Denver metro-area since 2011 and have HUNDREDS of references.
No! We don’t collect a payment until materials have been delivered to your address and work has started, and the final payment is due ounce all work is complete!
Altitude Contracting’s claim specialists will always put the homeowners best interests first. We will always try to get everything fully approved so your only out of pocket is your deductible, however if your insurance company denies coverage then there is no liability what-so-ever and we are happy to write you a full and fair estimate for repairs.
All inspections are completely free of charge. Most clients only out of pocket costs is their deductible (usually $500-$1000), however if your insurance denies coverage or the issues are not storm damage related, then we will always provide a full estimate at no charge!
Yes. Here in Colorado it is the law that all homeowners pay their deductible, in full, to the contractor performing the work. The insurance company and mortgage company involved will require documentation verifying this.
Call Altitude Contracting today and get your free inspection!