Gutters are an integral part of your homes design, they provide a channel for the water coming off your roof to escape. Without gutters you are potentially at risk for foundation problems, water in your basement, and harmful bacteria that can ruin your siding.
Rain Gutters We Carry
At Veenkamps, we don't settle for a one size fits all solution when it comes to rain gutters. We offer custom made seamless aluminium gutters to all our customers. These gutters are durable, long lasting, and can span distances up to 50ft with a single piece.
If your concerned about leaves and debris getting into your gutters and causing a backup, we also offer matching custom made gutter guards that keeps the water flowing in the right direction.
Frequently Asked Questions
It is best for your house if you install rain gutters at every point where the rain water will fall from the roof, this will protect your house from water damage that is caused by the rain water splashing on the side of your house causing staining or rotting, soil erosion, foundation damage, rotting decks, mold under your home, and the rain water can even shorten the life of your roof if the rain water falls from an upper roof onto a lower roof.
Your rain gutters rust from the inside out. If you have the original steel gutters on you house that are 20 to 30 years old, you want to look at the outside of the gutters for small rust specks that will show through the paint. This is the rust coming through from the inside and it is now time to start thinking about replacing them.
If there is rust at the seams and surface rust on the inside, this is time to save some money and have the seams repaired and wait for replacement until the rust shows through at a later date after you have had full use of your rain gutters.
Why do I need rain gutters?
Uncontrolled rain water falling from your roof can lead to many problems. Flooding basements, water intruding into the home, ruined landscaping, dead or damaged plants, soil erosion, stained concrete, swollen siding, rotted decks, deteriorated stucco, and cracked slabs, are just a few of the problems that can occur.