Installing a new roof can improve your home’s curb appeal, prevent water damage and even improve your home’s energy efficiency and comfort. However, your new roof won’t be able to function correctly if your current gutters are not in good condition. Your gutters play a key role in keeping the roof safe and in good working condition throughout the year.
Water can affect the strength and durability of even the toughest building materials, such as wood, metal and concrete. However, it doesn’t have to always be in liquid form to wreak havoc on your home. Excessive humidity can compromise the structural integrity of your roof, ceilings, walls, floors, windows and doors. In addition, humid environments are a breeding ground for mold and mildew. Without expelling high levels of moisture, you’re home will require more time and money.