Copper and wooden gutters are most often found in older or high-end residences or historic restorations. Copper gutters are more expensive than aluminum, but they do not rust, and they look beautiful at every stage of their life because they develop a patina over time. A copper gutter installation requires the seams and joints to be welded, which is best handled by professionals. Wooden gutters were the norm until metal took over in the 1960s. They are very effective at diverting rainwater, but do require regular maintenance and professional installation.
There is a wide range of problems that can require gutter repair. Loose gutters, leaks or broken sections, missing flashing, or overflowing gutters are just some of the problems that we can help you solve with gutter repair from Senco.
Rotten trim can let water into your home and cause damage. We can replace any rotten trim and paint it to match your current trim. Plus, you can match the color of your gutters so that they aren’t as noticeable against your trim.