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The leakage usually occurs due to the excessive amounts of debris in gutters and downspouts that cause clogging. 
Debris, leaves and dirt cause blockage of your gutter system by stopping the water from passing.
Unleveled Gutter
Debris that stores in your gutter causes it to sag and it damages the foundations of your house.
If the gutter is not properly leveled, it would fail to keep the ongoing flow of the water in a proper way.

When gutters are not installed properly, it causes severe damages to the foundation of your house. At First Choice, we provide high-quality gutter installation to protect your home or office from water penetration.


Gutter Replacement in Lexington, KY area

An average sized house allows approximately 1,000 gallons of water to go through the gutters into the ground away from the house foundation. 

Once blockage or sagging occurs, it causes an irreparable amount of damage. If they are loose or improperly leveled, you would need to replace old brackets with new or more complex repair might be required.

Leaking problem needs to be fixed as soon as possible to avoid further damage to the walls and foundation of the house. We provide gutter repair and replacement services In Lexington and surrounding cities to all kindS of houses and commercial properties.

Gutter replacement Lexington KY
Gutter installation Lexington KY

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My gutter was clogged and it started to sag, so I called First Choice Roofing. They responded right away, we scheduled the inspection and my gutter was replaced in no time.
  • How much does it cost to install new gutters?
    Gutter installation costs from $4 to $30 per linear foot. The price of the overall project varies depending on the materials that are used. This range depends on the materials used, such as aluminum or high-end copper.
  • When should gutters be replaced?
    Galvanized aluminium gutterS are usually replaced every 20 years but can last longer with proper care. Copper gutters have longer lifespan and usually last 50 years.
  • How many years do gutters last?
    Approximately 20 years.
  • What factors affect the lifespan of a gutter?
    Weather conditions, maintenance frequency, and material …
  • Should I repair or replace gutters?
    You need to replace your gutter if there are numerous minor repairs to be made. If your spot holes, cracks, or rusts throughout your guttering system, then it’s time to replace it.
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