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Why Rain Gutters in San Diego?
Rain gutters are a smart choice to protect and beautify your home. Gutters are designed to move and direct rain water. A key function is moving water away from the ground next to your foundation. Standing water is the enemy of any structure and keeping your foundation as dry as possible is important. Gutters also keep water from flowing down on entrances, so walkways, porches, patios and people stay dry. Without gutters, even a light San Diego rain can be a nuisance, creating puddles and mud that will be tracked into your home.
In San Diego, rain gutters also help protect against wood rot and landscape erosion and can add curb appeal. Undirected, water can find its way into cracks and holes, causing potential problems in the fascia and soffit. With new aesthetics available, you can minimize this risk by moving water way from danger areas in an attractive way.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 2018 ON ABC 10
We went on-site with A-1 Rain Gutters to learn how seamless rain gutters are made. It doesn't rain much in San Diego, but you still need rain gutters to keep the water we do get away from the foundation of your house.
The best time to prepare for rainy days is while it's still sunny and dry. Having rain gutters on your home to prevents water pooling, diverts water away from landscaping and keeps entry ways dry. A-1 Rain Gutters came on The Home Pro Show to walk us through the basics of rain gutters.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2017 ON ABC 10
Modern rain gutters look great, in addition to protecting your home from water damage. Even though it doesn't rain much in San Diego, A-1 Rain Gutters explains why gutters are an important feature to add to your home.
<<< FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017 on CW6 SAN DIEGO >>> After San Diego's massive rain storm, we chatted with water-diverting expert Mark Richardson from A-1 Rain Gutters to talk about what signs of damage you might see around your home from the roof to the yard, what bigger problems could be lurking, and what you can do about it.