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Larger downspouts? Are they trying to say that their covered gutters are catching more water than uncovered gutters?

I was curious because they wouldn't discuss price over the phone. They have to come out to demo the product and evaluate my needs. They can shove the larger downspouts up their ass.

I think they roll out all new gutters, not just the topper thingy, and I think they gutters are larger than regular ones.

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We had ours removed because they were a pain in the ass. Rusted, falling off etc. We didn't install them so no idea if they were any good.

We have a guy come out and clean the gutters now once or twice a year at $100 a pop.

I would be curious to see what they quote. Someone was telling me it might be $3k+ for our house.

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I want to say ours was 1600, 2 story house

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I want to say ours was 1600, 2 story house

I gave Gutter Helmet your name as the person who recommended them to me. You might be getting a free tune up.

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people up in here have too much disposable money...paying someone to build a shed, paying someone to install gutter guards and someone to clean the gutters?

the shed is a maybe because I know that if Zod is too busy to post pictures of Kara, he's too busy to build a shed...but the gutters and stuff...man...that's quick easy work

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I gave Gutter Helmet your name as the person who recommended them to me. You might be getting a free tune up.

word thanks

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but the gutters and stuff...man...that's quick easy work

not on a two story house with a deck and gazeebo to get around. I am not out to break my neck over some leaves.

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nor would we want you to...and don't get me wrong...there's plenty of things I would sooner pay to get done as well...gutters just don't fall onto that list...but we all have our tolerances!

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I have a gambrel roof, so all of my gutters are low. Was still a pain cleaning them every week from october to april.

(I have large oaks that lose their leaves throughout winter, FML)

The snap-on guards were perfect for me.

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