Why should you make Getting K-Guard Gutter System your New Year’s resolution?

By | General

A New Year’s resolution is a way to make a positive change. Finding the right resolution can be tricky. It needs to be achievable, financially sound, and contribute to your well-being. If you are looking for a resolution that will add value and safety to your life and home, upgrading to a K-Guard gutter system is a great place to start.

Upgrading to K-Guard is achievable because the gutter systems are versatile, and can be installed and customized for every home. These systems are a financially sound investment and can save you a lot of time and hours of manual labor for years to come. They will also help you protect one of your biggest financial investments- your home.

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When you make the decision to upgrade to K-Guard, you are making an investment into the value and safety of your home. Gutter systems are an essential part of any building. They guide runoff and water away from the structure of your house. Without gutters, this water can pool and collect, leading to flooding and structural issues. Standard gutter systems safely guide water away from the house, but unfortunately, are prone to flooding and clogging.

At K-Guard, we use our patterned gutter technology to bring you gutter systems that are covered. What does this mean? Essentially, water can get into your gutter but leaves, sticks, and debris cannot. This means that your gutters will continue to do their job of guiding water away from your home, but will not collect any unwanted items that you will have to manually remove later.

How will K-Guard gutters save me money in the new year?

How many hours do you spend on your roof clearing out your gutters? If you are not able to do do this daunting task yourself, how much are you paying for a third party to come in and do it? Time is money, and whether you are spending your time or your hard earned cash maintaining your gutter systems, the cost is too high.

K-Guard gutters will not only save you the time and manpower of physically cleaning out your gutter system, but they can also potentially save you the cost of damages to your home. A system that drains water away from your home means you will not have to spend money on repairs. Your exterior paint will be preserved. Your foundation won’t slowly erode. Your siding will not rot. This means you have to paint your house less often, which also saves money. And best of all, your foundation will not have to be repaired. Additionally, should you choose to relocate, K-Guard gutters are a great selling point for buyers looking to purchase a new home!

How do K-Guard gutters benefit my home?

A gutter system that prevents leaves from clogging the flow of water means the moisture stays away from your house’s siding and foundation. Moisture eats away at the side of your home, whether made of wood, masonry, or plastic siding. Moisture also eats away at paint. A K-Guard system keeps the weather at bay—for this year and many to come!

In the new year, how does a K-Guard Gutter System improve safety?

Cleaning out your gutters means pulling out a ladder and physically getting onto your roof. This can be incredibly dangerous. Did you know that in the U.S., over 500,000 people have ladder-related accidents every year? Falling off of your roof or ladder can be incredibly painful, and even deadly. Why put your life on the line when you can make a one-time investment that will keep your home safe and keep you off the roof?

Am I a good candidate for a K-Guard gutter system?gutter guard shutterstock_1054472501-1024x684

Simply put, if your house has a roof, then you can benefit from K-Guard gutters. We can replace your old gutter system, and our designs can be customized to fit the look and feel of your home.

What makes K-Guard design the best gutter guard system for the new year?

The K-Guard design has been tested and installed for years and we continually make improvements. This year, the design has the following award-winning elements:

  • A full, 5-inch wide gutter (same capacity as standard, k-style gutters)
  • A 3-1/4-inch wide gutter bottom to accommodate 3×4-inch downspout
  • Our patented hangers fully support our gutter from front to back
  • Angled hanger design for added leverage and strength
  • Front and rear drainage passages for improved water collecting
  • A smooth, attractive design
  • A convenient, removable hood

Why should I choose to work with K-Guard?

The best source of data to base a decision comes from a company’s prior customers. Because we offer a great product, superb installation, and great customer service, our reviews are great. Check out the positive reviews we received in 2018: https://www.kguard.com/reviews/. And don’t worry, we also received overwhelmingly positive reviews for each year in the last decade! We will do everything we can to make sure our customers are satisfied with our work in 2019.

It’s already January, how can I start my resolution?

New Year’s resolutions provide the perfect opportunity to make improvements in your life and your home. Working with K-Guard is one of those few New Year’s resolutions that has a clear starting point: contact one of our dealers today.

What You Can Do With Old Gutters

By | Gutter, Tips

gutter guard What-to-do-with-Old-Gutters-K-Guard-June-2017-300x161 It may not be top of mind for home improvement projects to tackle, but ensuring your gutters are in great shape is one of the most important. Installing a leaf removal system as part of your home exterior and landscaping plans this year is a smart way to take care of your property. Once you change out your gutters with new K-Guard gutters, here are a few ideas for what you can do with your old gutters:

Window Boxes

Transform your home’s curb appeal by re-purposing old gutters into attractive windowsill flower boxes. Simply cut the gutters carefully to the desired length to fit on your windowsill. Cap off the ends, drill a few holes in the bottom for drainage, and fill with potting soil and plants. If you aren’t happy with the color of the gutters, simply spray paint to suit your needs. It’s an easy, affordable way to beautify your home and recycle old gutters.

Organization and Storage

Make simple, effective organizers for your garage, basement, or shed by cutting long gutters into smaller sizes. Cap off the ends and then attach them to the wall or back of a door. You can safely store screws, nails, twine, small hand tools, and just about anything else that fits inside and isn’t too heavy. It’s a durable, affordable alternative to pricey storage units.

Make a magnet board

Use a mallet to flatten out a piece of galvanized steel gutter. Soften the edges so that they aren’t sharp and hazardous, then attach the sheet to the wall. Add a few magnets, and you have a quick and easy message board for important notes.

Before you toss old gutters into the recycling bin, try these easy and creative ideas. You’ll be able to usefully re-purpose them.