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    Ways to Maintain Your Roof's Drainage to Prevent Interior Home Moisture Intrusion

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    Your home's roof and gutter system are responsible for collecting and diverting water from your home and away from its foundation. When your gutters become clogged or damaged, they can cause water to fall from them to saturate the soil below, causing moisture to seep into your basement and foundation. For this reason, it is important to keep your home gutters working and maintained in tip-top shape. Here are three ways you can keep your roof gutter system draining well to prevent moisture leaks into your home's basement and foundation.

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    How to Maintain Your Roof's Gutter System

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    Your gutters are an essential part of your roof, as they are the drainage system for all precipitation and runoff that ends up on your roof. Clogged, leaking or otherwise improperly functioning gutters can cause all sorts of problems not only for your roof but for your garden and the interior of your house as well due to improper drainage.

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    Using Gutter Screens

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    The type of gutter screen you choose can make a big difference. Here's what you need to know about using and caring for gutter screens properly.

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    Why Choose Us?

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    When you begin thinking about performing work on your home, you want a company that will deliver the agreed upon services. Far too many unreliable companies take a homeowner’s money and never deliver or provide services so inferior and haphazard that your house actually becomes dangerous after they finish!

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  • D & B Continuous Guttering, Siding & Soffits LLC

    5573 N Holman Drive
    Martinsville, IN 46151
    Phone: 317-834-6568

    Business Hours:
    Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
    Seasonal Saturday, 8 a.m.-Noon