If you live in Fredericksburg, you probably already know what a great place it is to live, work and play. Wine Spectator Magazine has called it “one of the Lone State’s most charming towns, and the unofficial capital of food and wine in Hill Country.” Southern Living Magazine called it “the prettiest town in Texas.” Tripadvisor recommends it as an idyllic spot for anyone looking to escape the city and have “the most charming southern vacation you need to experience.”
It’s obvious to us that you are proud of your town, and want to keep those accolades, mentions and praises coming. Part of the pride also extends beyond the downtown, the restaurants and wineries, and into your homes. When you look out the front door, or settle on your porch for an iced tea after the day has cooled off, and the mid-day mugginess is asleep for the night. It happens when you wave to your neighbors and tuck your children into bed.
Every time you plant a flower or a tree, or tend to your garden. Your home is an important piece of your life – it keeps you protected from potential harm, it keeps you cool in the day and warm in the evening. But how do keep it operating well? Beyond the obvious internal cleaning and maintenance, are you keeping a close eye on your home’s unsung heroes – your gutters?
Professional Rain Gutter Installation
These often-forgotten pieces of vinyl, steel, aluminum or copper are normally, out-of-sight, out-of-mind. But paying close attention to them can ensure that your home is safe from potentially large problems. Problems that start off looking like nothing. Problems that can be avoided with regular inspections. Often, your gutters will begin to show signs of areas of weakness. A small crack, a bit of rust, pulling away from the roof or siding – these are all indicators that tell you it is time to get help.
If you ignore these seemingly small signals, it could mean that your home is vulnerable to erosion, mold, an invasion of small critters and even issues to the foundation of your house. These small problems can add up to be quite costly.