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3 Ways Winter Will Hurt Your Gutters

3 Ways Winter Will Hurt Your Gutters

Its Winter time for your local Kenosha Roofer and snow is making it tough on your poor gutters in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. As you may or may not gutter plays a major role in our homes protection as it diverts rainwater and melting snow away from our siding, exterior walls, doors, windows, fascia, soffit, landscaping, and even the foundation. During cold winter days, your gutter may have endured problems caused by snow showers and storms, rain, and extreme temperature changes. Debris and rainwater may have accumulated in your gutters, the added weight may have caused them to sag or pull off from the roof. Even if the gutter held up well and didnt bend, other problems might have occurred. When left ignored, they could cause a lot of serious damage in your home.

Here are some of the issues you have to look out for after a long bout with the cold winter season:

  1. Clogged downspouts dirt, muck, snow, and other debris can easily cause downspouts to get blocked. This may cause water to accumulate in the gutters and then flow back into roof spaces.

  2. Leaks Constant exposure to rainwater and moisture may lead to rust and corrosion, which can easily damage the whole gutter system.

  3. Sagging or hanging gutter parts the weight of snow and debris may be too much for your gutters to handle and may cause them to bend or sag.


If you notice any of these gutter problems, its time to consult your Kenosha Roofing Contractor, the most trusted in Kenosha County gutter installation and repairs. With years of experience in the industry, our team guarantees quality services and practices. Just give Bnw Installations a call (262) 859-3566 to learn more about our services or schedule your complimentary roof and gutter inspection.

Posted by: Admin
January 10, 2017
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