Choosing the right gutters for your home will save you time and money.
Far too often, homeowners make gutter decisions based exclusively on price.
Most homeowners operate under the impression that gutters really aren’t all that important and there’s really not all that much to them. They should work halfway decent when it rains and should be relatively easy to clean, but other than that they are an afterthought.
That’s a huge mistake.
Your gutters play a major role in protecting your home from significant and expensive damage. That’s why we are so passionate about recommending KGuard gutter systems to all our friends and neighbors in the community.
KGuard – A Smarter, Simpler Gutter System That Just Works
The KGuard gutter system is a more well-thought-out and implemented gutter system than what you’re going to find from most other companies in the business.
These gutters are engineered to efficiently collect, channel, and funnel water away from your home and your driveway – and they do a better job at that than most any other gutter option money can buy right now.
This is made possible thanks to a patented and proprietary gutter technology that uses special “hangers” made from polymer that form the skeleton of the KGuard system.
These hangers are designed to support the hood of the gutters as well as the structure channel itself, eliminating sagging that can lead to degradation of performance and (potential) compromise later down the line.
Durable Gutters That Need (Almost) No Maintenance
On top of that, these gutters are made out of much stronger material than what you are likely going to find with traditional residential gutter systems.
Manufactured out of heavy duty commercial grade aluminum (aluminum sourced from a local metal shop here in West Michigan), the protective coating applied to this aluminum is hard, durable, and long-lasting – and aluminum itself won’t rust or corrode, either.
We are talking about gutters that are specifically designed and made from materials that are going to last a lifetime and then some.
Combine all of that with a gutter system that takes on 40% more water than traditional gutters (with oversized 3” x 4” downspouts to move more water faster and more efficiently) and it’s not hard to see why so many of our friends and neighbors in the Grand Rapids area choose KGuard of West Michigan to upgrade their home with KGuard gutters ASAP.
Better Looking (And More Affordable) Than You Might Think!
If you are thinking about replacing your gutters, but don’t want to deal with the headache and hassle traditional gutters inevitably bring to the table, we encourage you to give us a call for more information.
We’ll send either Travis or Justin out to your home or property at your earliest convenience to inspect and to estimate just how much new KGuard gutters would run you should you decide to make the switch.
We can tell you right now that a lot of our clients are surprised at just how affordable our gutters are when stacked up against the competition, especially when you factor in the longevity, the transferable warranty, and the clean lines and good looks of our KGuard gutters, too.
For more information or to schedule that free inspection and no strings attached estimate, please call us today!
We think you’ll be amazed at just how affordable these upgraded gutter systems are – and how quickly they go up! Interested in upgrading your gutters with our KGuard system, or want us to swing by and provide you with a free inspection and no strings attached estimate – contact us today!
Small problems can snowball into huge emergencies faster than you think, and why we recommend homeowners in Grand Rapids (and the surrounding area) reach out to us ASAP to get a better feel for the health of their gutter systems when they don’t remember when they had their last inspection.
Call today to schedule a free appointment where either Travis or Justin will arrive to perform a quick inspection. We’ll then handle the dirty work of cleaning out your gutters and make sure they aren’t compromising your roof, walls, foundation, or any other area of your home.