In our research we found some “riveting things” (sorry – that was a gutter joke) about gutters and their evolution to the modern product we know and love.
Cute and seemingly cuddly (minus the fact that they are wild creatures that you actually do not want to cuddle). We are talking about squirrels. Ever have a squirrel try to burrow in or chew your gutters? Maybe you’ve even named him the infamous Mr. Squirrel (don’t feel bad, many do).
If you are considering getting new gutters, you probably want to know the types of gutters there are. There are many different types of gutters out there, and they come in different sizes, shapes, and materials. Most residential gutters are either 5 inches (with a 2 x 3 inch downspout) or 6 inches long (with […]