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Do you know the important job of rain gutters and downspouts in your home? Water can cause major damage to a home. Rain gutters protect the foundation, siding, doors, windows, roof, fascia, soffit, and your decorative landscaping. So it’s critical that they function properly.

Weathershield Roofing makes seamless rain gutters in many sizes to accommodate different dimension rooflines. Appropriate sized downspouts are offered based on your home’s needs. The continuous rain gutters are custom made for your home and come with a lifetime material guarantee. They are secured to your home with heavy-duty screw on hangers and ceramic screws to keep them firmly attached to your home. You can choose from several custom colors (including copper) to accent, or blend into your home color pattern.

An inch of rainfall doesn't sound like much. But when it falls on an average-size roof, it adds up to a 1,900-gallon torrent washing off the eaves. That's an awful lot of water that can cause an enormous amount of damage if your gutters aren't up to the task of controlling it. Yet the average homeowner barely gives gutters a second thought until they're clogged and overflowing, or ripped from their moorings by hail, hard rain, or snow.

The best option for most of Omaha homes is metal—elegant copper, understated zinc, rugged steel, or affordable aluminum. Metal gutters are durable and need relatively little care.

The Anatomy of a Weathershield Roofing Gutter System

Gutter: Captures water shedding off roof. End cap: Closes end of gutter. Fascia bracket: Attaches to eaves; supports gutters from below. Downspout: Conveys water from gutter to ground. Also known as a leader. Downspout bracket: Secures downspout to side of house. Elbow: Changes direction of downspout.


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