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Faulty Downspout Installation Will Cost You Expensive Repairs In The Future
Poor Initial Installation. The first sign that a downspout is damaged occurs during installation, which results in domino repairs.
Unskilled Contractors. Risks are too high with an inexperienced contractor.
Liability. Lack of insurance may result in injury or property damage caused by a downspout crew with poor training.
Downspouts attach to gutters and run along the exterior wall to direct water from the roof to the ground. If the downspouts are not working, water will run down the outer walls of your Oregon homes, causing them to be damaged. It allows water to seep into cracks within the walls or around windows when it rains or snows.
For proper gutter and downspout installation and repair, our highly trained and certified Field Technicians attend extensive training. In addition to saving customers hundreds of dollars, each time we complete a project, we also fulfill our mission of building a healthy community by creating genuine relationships, making a positive impact, and being a faithful steward of what is entrusted to us.
Our representative will quickly evaluate your property to determine the state of your downspout system. We will document our findings and provide a digital report along with photos during a free consultation.
There are no contracts to sign and no fees for this service. Boss Roofing has been regarded as one of the best downspout installation companies in Oregon. Whether you need a proper downspout repair done to stop any kind of leaks or a full downspout replacement, we have one of the most affordable downspout systems in Oregon. Call us today to schedule a free inspection.
Contact one of our highly skilled professionals to schedule an inspection. Your downspout will be precisely inspected by a professional, and you will be told everything about it.
Now that you’ve considered the type and color of downspout that is best suited to your home, it’s time to select your favorite! The estimator will help you make the right decision, and you can then schedule your downspout project with the production team.
Your assigned crew will begin the installation of your new downspout immediately, allowing you to relax while the project unfolds in front of your eyes. Soon, your home will be the most beautiful on the block.
At the end of the day, you know what will work and what is best for you and your family. While you make your decision on choosing a downspout installation company that suits you, it is important to remember that not every downspout installation company is made the same.
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Questions & Answers
Below you’ll find the answers to Boss Roofing-Siding’s most frequently asked questions. If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, contact us for answers to all your questions!
If rain gutters are not equipped with downspouts, water will not be able to flow away from the roof or foundation of a building. Downspouts are attached to the corners of a building and transfer water from the gutter to the street or other drainage location. In each installation, the directional curve can be different, but the downspouts must be tight-fitting in order to prevent leaks.
You can purchase one from a home improvement store and install it yourself, or contact a professional for assistance. I mentioned above that the water should be diverted at least four to six feet away from the house. If a home has basement walls, they should be at least six feet away.
Measure the distance from the end of your gutters to the ground, and add three to four feet to that measurement to determine the length of your downspout.
There is also a 4-inch gutter available. The most common gutter sizes are 5 inches and 6 inches. Commonly, downspouts have dimensions of 2 x 3 inches or 3 x 4 inches or a diameter of 3 or 4 inches. The area’s rainfall density should be taken into account when determining the size of a home’s gutter system