Gutters are the part of the roof that drains excess water to an allocated area. It helps to prevent the water from dripping down from the side of your roof, as that will increase the possibility of flooding and foundational damage. Additionally, it will help to prevent the water from being trapped on the roof, as it will provide a way to irrigate the water from the roof on to other parts.


Some commercial buildings have a flat roof, which makes the owner thinks that they don’t need a gutter, but this is not true. When the water comes into contact with the flat surface on the side of the building, it will trap the dust and dirt particles in the air, creating a dark and nasty watermark on the side of the building. Proper gutters allow the water to flow down from the building naturally, keeping the side of the building much cleaner.


HCS Restoration has been in the home repair and remodeling industry in Kansas for years. We know all there is to know about Kansas weather and how to prepare your house to be able to handle all the types of weather conditions that Kansas has to offer. The temperatures in our state shift drastically between the summer and the winter, jumping over 60 degrees from the coldest to the hottest time of the year. Our roofing specialist can take care of all of your roofing needs quickly and effectively, making our service one of the most reputable in the state.


There can be several issues with the gutter, ranging from the simplest problems such as clogged gutters to something as severe as the total destruction of the entire gutter system. Our consultants understand the needs of clients and take your satisfaction very seriously. We will go to your home and inspect the issue so that we can provide you with the right solutions for your problem.

Listed below are some of the most common issues that you will find in residential gutters:


An outdated gutter system will be more prone to clogging and breaking, as the materials will have already been worn from years of usage. If this is the case, you may want to consider repairing the entire gutter, as that may be a longer-lasting solution. It may even save you more money in the long run, too! Having to constantly repair your gutters can cost a lot of money in the long run as well, and these costs can add up very quickly. It may be cheaper for you to replace the gutters than to keep paying small payments every year. If you start to see some sagging or bowing in your current gutters, it may be a sign that you have to replace the entire thing.


Good gutters will have a smooth surface on the inside which can reduce the friction, and that can prevent damage from occurring inside the gutters. A high-quality gutter system will also be coated to prevent the debris and ice from sticking to the surface and adding unnecessary weight, making them less susceptible to damage compared to a poor-quality one. Other causes of damage include mold, fungi, mildew, and algae, as all of these things can prevent the flow of water and cause bad odors and poor hygiene. The coating can prevent these things from forming, which can prevent damage on that front as well.