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Getting Your Gutters and Downspout Ready for a Hurricane

Are you scared about how your rain gutters will fair during the next hurricane? Then check out our complete guide to preparing your gutter downspout.

Experts believe that the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will be worse than normal. If you live in an area affected by hurricanes, you already know that storm season requires some preparation ahead of time. One part of your home you'll want to prep is your gutter downspout. Keep reading to learn what you need to do to get your gutters ready for storm season each year.

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An image of soffit venting.

How and When to Replace Your Soffit Venting

Does it look like your soffit venting is starting to get worn down? Then check out our guide to knowing how and when to replace your soffit venting.

Have you noticed that your soffit venting looks worn or discolored compared to the surrounding siding? Talking with a soffit contractor could be an excellent way to help you decide if it's time to replace your home's soffit venting. Before you call a contractor, your soffits can tell you if they need an upgrade! You don't need to be a siding or fascia expert to look for a few tell-tale signs that it's time to replace the venting.

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An image of downspout installation.

Your Guide to DIY Downspout Installation

Are you looking to protect your home from rain and debris? Then you should check out our complete guide to downspout installation

Downspouts may not be the most aesthetically pleasing aspect of a home, but they serve a practical purpose that prevents damage to the roof, walls, and foundations of your home.Without a functioning downpipe, your home may become exposed to excessive rainwater. This could lead to damp forming in critical areas. If you have a missing or damaged downspout, it will be essential that you have some fitted. This is a task that can be carried out by someone with a moderate degree of DIY experience.