Using gutter screens can keep out large debris from entering your gutters but, they are not a permanent solution to clogged gutters. Leaves will often settle on top of the screen or pine needles. The debris can go through the screen, causing this product to require maintenance. Homeowners in need of a permanent, maintenance free gutter solution would benefit from Gutter Helmet.
Drain tile is the best long-term approach to directing rainwater away from the foundation, however, it isn’t an option for every home. It works by digging a trench and attaching an extension to the downspout and burying it underground. For homes without a good property slope, a pop-up drain can be installed at the end of the piping, allowing the water to exit in the middle of the lawn.
Rain chains have been around for hundreds of years and serve as a decorative alternative for a downspout. Many homeowners prefer them in lieu of a traditional downspout near porches or gardens. They serve the same purpose as a downspout, draining the water to the ground in a beautiful artistic way.
Rain barrels are designed to save and store rainwater. Most rain barrels can be incorporated into your existing gutter system. Collecting rainwater is a free and easy way to conserve water that you can store and use later. By using rainwater to wash the car or water the plants and lawn, homeowners save money on their water bill. Rain barrels have a screen on the top to keep out bugs and debris and a spigot on the bottom for easy access.
Rainbow Seamless Systems proudly services Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Crawford, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Leelanau, Manistee, Missaukee, Otsego, Roscommon, and Wexford Counties in Northwest Michigan. In the Eastern Upper Peninsula our service area includes Chippewa and Mackinac Counties.
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