Our recent work, taking care of rotten wood and putting in new gutters.
Here at Embassy Guttering we have seen rotten wood and badly ruined gutters. Here is how we step by step remove old gutters, add new aluminium gutters and add our facia and soffit.
First of all, what is facia and soffit. A lot of people in Dublin don’t know what facia and soffit is so therefore cant take care of it properly or replace it. A strong clean facia and soffit can greatly improve the look of your home. Check out the video below to see exactly where your facia and soffit is.
Recently we were working on a house with very bad rotten wood. The wood had also been covered by PVC which made the house worse. The rotten wood had spread all over the external area of the home. The wood had to be completely removed and gutters replaced. New facia and soffit was also installed. Take a look at our video and make sure you prevent your home from rotten wood.
Before replacing old gutters, we must tear down the old ones. Your builder must be fully qualified before taking down gutters. Check out our video below of our builders removing old gutters.
We use our machine on site for creating gutters and measuring them to size. The customer can see their gutters as they are being made and we can confirm they are satisfied with the results. Here you can see our machine in action before adding the gutter to it’s new home.
Lastly putting up aluminium gutters with new PVC fascia and soffit. The house already looks so more attractive, clean and clear of any rot!
For more information on our new gutters, click the link here.
Choosing what type of gutters to install in your home or premises can be a difficult decision. What type of material should you choose? How is it going to look alongside your existing structural features? Seamless aluminium gutters are an ideal solution for this. They have a wide variety of benefits, and will look fantastic on your building! Today we’re exploring the many benefits of seamless aluminium gutters.
Aluminium is an incredibly low maintenance material, meaning it doesn’t need to be repaired as often as other types of guttering. Gutters with joints are usually prone to accumulating debris such as leaves. Even small items of rubbish can get into the gutters and cause the gutters to become clogged. Seamless aluminium gutters are exactly that – seamless – meaning debris won’t become clogged on the sections and cause it to back up and leak. This allows for an easier flow of water and material down the gutter, meaning you won’t have to clean it out as often as other types of guttering!
Seamless aluminium gutters have no joints, unlike their sectional counterparts, ensuring they minimise the potential for leaks. Wear and tear to normal sectional gutters can cause their seams to become damaged, allowing water to flow through to your building. This greatly decreases the risk of water damage and leaks to your home, and provides added protection to your roof. The absence of joints and seams in a seamless gutter makes them an ideal solution for long-wearing protection to your property.
Your gutter is constructed from a single sheet of metal, giving it a far more sleek and minimalist look than sectional pieces of guttering. It can be painted in a wide variety of colours, ensuring you can match in exactly with your property’s colour scheme! Seamless gutters are made to measure to ensure they fit your property perfectly. It is not something that can be easily installed though, so we always recommend using a professional installer – this type of service will ensure that they are installed correctly and expertly, ensuring you are not faced with unexpected maintenance costs down the line.
To discover more about Embassy Guttering and our range of made-to-measure seamless aluminium gutters, contact us in Dublin today on 01 8326266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org!