Gutter Inspection

For the average homeowner, their gutter system’s health is not the first thing on their mind. That is until there is a heavy leak. It is recommended that you inspect your gutters twice per year. In the fall before winter arrives and early spring before the rains roll in. This will allow you to spot small issues before they turn into bigger problems.

Gutter Inspection

What Will I Learn From Inspecting My Gutter System?

When you climb up to inspect your gutter system, you can learn a lot about your home. Not just the state of your gutters and gutter protection. You can check for weak spots in your roof lines, eaves, and drip edges. When done by an expert you can learn things like:

  • Were there any mistakes made during installation?
  • Is there a leak?
  • Have the gutters begun to pull away from the home?
  • Was a proper sealant used?
  • What is the true age of your gutters vs their life expectancy?

What Is Involved In A Gutter Inspection?

Phase #1 – Outer Inspection

From the ground, the inspector will conduct a visual inspection of your miters, endcaps, gutter runs, and downspouts. They will be looking for gaps, missing components, pulling away from the home, detached downspouts, and signs of leaks. Any points of concern will be inspected closer during the second phase

Phase #2 – Inner Inspection

Standard Gutters

Before a proper inspection of the inner gutter any debris present must be cleaned out. They will then use a hose to run water through the gutters to check for leaks and make sure the water flows freely through the downspout. The contractor will then check the health of any sealants used as well as fasteners and hangers to make sure they are not coming loose.

With Gutter Guards

The contractor will examine your gutter protection. They will be looking for any gaps due to improper installation, clogs from smaller debris or a pest that has made your gutters a home. If your gutter protection is in good health then your inner gutter system should be free of issues. However, a hose should be used to run water through the system to ensure there are no leaks in your gutters and no clogs in your downspouts.

Choose The Gutter Experts At Pro Home Improvement

It may seem simple enough to check on the health of your own gutters. But, some signs are easy to miss, and a trained eye is sure to catch. At Pro, we have over 12 years of experience with inspecting and installing gutters. We can get it done swiftly and in a manner that makes sure nothing is overlooked. If you have had gutters installed by us in the past you can request a free yearly inspection by contacting us today at 888-PRO-1998 (888-776-1998). You can also receive a gutter inspection when you schedule a FREE no-pressure gutter estimate!

What Our Gutter Customers Are Saying

  • I am a second time customer and as the first time from start to finish all involved were very professional making the process a breeze. Fred scheduled Dwight to stop by the next day to take measurements for the gutter leaf protection and shortly after Keith scheduled the project within days of signing the contract. The crew arrived on time and the workmanship was excellent. I can highly recommend Pro Home.

    — Gary M in Ann Arbor, MI

  • We had gutter covers installed today. Installers were very professional and courteous. They did a great job and the price was right. My husband is so happy that he will never have to clean the gutters again. This is a geat company and we would hire them again.

    — Cathy L in Allen Park, MI