Central and Southern Indiana

Gutter Repair and Installation Experts

Close-up view of a gutter system with a shield covered in debris.

Gutter Damage

A home without working gutters is in danger. Gutters direct water away from your home. A house without gutters or with clogged or broken gutters may experience serious issues, including:

  • Erosion
  • Cracks in the foundation
  • Staining
  • Basement flooding 
  • Landscape damage

Sometimes gutters are battered and broken by severe storms. Other times, they outlive their effectiveness. In either case, your home will benefit from repairing or replacing the gutters. Our team at Rees Restoration knows the importance of working gutters.

Rees Restoration worker doing a gutter repair job on an existing home.

Gutter Repair

In some cases, it may be possible to repair damaged gutters rather than replacing them. We favor repair over replacement in these situations:

  • Minor damage to a confined area
  • Simple leaks, such as a joint becoming disconnected
  • A few loose hangers
Close-up view of a damaged gutter.

Gutter Replacement

When gutters are no longer functional, it is time to replace them.

Many homeowners also choose replacement when their gutters show visible signs of age or damage. Warning signs you may need your gutters replaced include:

  • Cracks and holes in the gutters
  • Constant leaks, drips, or overflow
  • Rust or corrosion
  • Sagging or fallen gutters
  • Signs of water damage beneath the gutters
A Rees Restoration worker measuring a cutout for a gutter downspout.

Gutters We Repair and Replace

At Rees Restoration, our team can repair and replace a wide range of gutters, including:

Seamless Gutters – Built from a single piece of material, seamless gutters are the most leak-resistant gutters available. They are also long-lasting and look great on most homes.

Box Gutters – Wider and deeper than traditional K-style gutters, box gutters are easy to clean and offer excellent water flow. 

Trough Gutters – Also referred to as eaves troughs, trough gutters are integrated into the roof system and hidden from view.

Aluminum gutters.

Gutter Materials

Homeowners have many options when it comes to gutter materials. Our team at Rees Restoration will work with you to find the best choice for your home. Materials to consider include:

  • Aluminum – Lightweight, strong, versatile, and resistant to rust
  • Copper – Solid, long-lasting, and rust-resistant
  • Wood – Classic look, durable with the proper maintenance 
  • Stainless Steel – Leak-proof and resistant to the elements
  • Galvanized Steel – An affordable alternative to stainless steel
  • Vinyl – Lightweight and low initial cost
Gutters with new gutter covers installed on a home.

Gutter Covers

Gutter covers, also called gutter screens or gutter guards, are a great way to keep leaves, dirt, and debris out of your gutters. We offer the option of gutter guards on all residential gutter systems. Advantages of gutter covers include:

  • More continuous water flow
  • Guard against mold, mildew, and moss
  • Reduced need for gutter cleaning and maintenance
  • Covers help avoid ice dams
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Why Choose Rees Restoration?

At Rees Restoration, we make a firm commitment to quality service and communication. We offer workmanship warranties and manufacturer’s warranties. We stand by the work we do.

We’re a local company with a team of professionals who understand the challenges faced by Indiana homes. Our gutter experts are available any time your gutters need to be repaired or replaced. We can take care of most gutter replacements within a single day, so call to schedule a free gutter assessment.

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