August 3, 2020
Hinkle Roofing is not only your trusted residential and commercial roofing contractor. We can also handle your exterior home improvement needs, such as gutter installation. While some homeowners attempt to take the DIY route when it comes to this project, it’s still a better idea to work with a professional like ourselves. Gutter installation takes careful, precise work to ensure the best results. Here’s a brief look at our best practices:
July 16, 2020
The market today is flooded with many home improvement tools and resources. For homeowners, this makes do-it-yourself projects, such as patching up cracks on ceilings and prying out broken tiles, a lot easier. However, many tasks still require clear-cut objectives, specific knowledge and acquired training. This includes gutter installation. Determining gutter pitch, placement and hanger placement is not a job for an amateur and is best left to professional local roofing companies. Why? Because one mistake could lead to serious damage to your whole structure.
June 3, 2020
The gentle patter of rain on your rooftop is soothing to the mind and body. However, the heavy and persistent thud of rainwater hitting the gutters and downspouts can swiftly disrupt your relaxation. If this is happening, then something is wrong with your gutter system. Hinkle Roofing, a local commercial roofing contractor, shares three reasons why your gutters and downspouts are noisy.
May 29, 2020
When you’re having your home’s gutter system replaced, you can actually choose between two different styles: half-round or K-style. Of the two, the K-style is the more popular variant due to its affordability, easy installation, versatility and the fact that it suits modern homes much better. However, at some point, there may come a time when you need to pick half-round gutters instead. In this post, gutter installation and metal roofing contractor Hinkle Roofing discusses when you should pick half-round gutters instead of K-style.
June 7, 2019
Your gutter installation and roofing company will likely tell you that gutters are used to collect rainwater and direct it away from your home. This helps keep your exterior dry and prevent ground erosion. However, gutters can’t always be installed on every part of the house. An alternative is a rain diverter, which keeps areas like your doorway dry so you can come and go as you please without getting wet.