When you get the chance to do a home remodel, most of your attention is likely to be spent on the fun and interesting parts of the remodel, like the windows and the doors. The reality is that the parts of the exterior remodel that need the most attention are also the least glamorous and may have very little attention paid to them when the remodel is finished; however, if you spend the extra time and money in these places, your home will stay protected for a long time. Here are three places where you should spend extra time and money.
Probably the least glamorous part of any home remodel, the gutters are one of the most important systems for your home. The gutters collect water that runs off the roof and diverts that water away from weak areas near the eaves and around the corners. A good gutter system also dumps water far enough away from the foundation of the home that water does not create a sinkhole and damage the landscaping or cause flooding issues in the basement. You will want to make sure that the gutter system is designed correctly and that all stages of the gutters have been replaced with new tracks. This is also a good time to consider a gutter guard to prevent small animals and other debris from blocking the water flow.
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