If you are building a new house or planning to replace your current gutter guards, look for affordable options that can offer you what you need. At Flint Hills Roofing & Gutter LLC, we are offer to offer the best gutter guards from Senox and Rain Flow.
The most popular metal used as gutters is aluminum. It is not only low cost, it can easily be maintained as well. Aside from that, aluminum gutters do not rusts. It can last at approximately
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1. Foundation problems
The expansion and contraction of the soils around your home is the number one contributing factor to slab failure. After a period of rainy weather, the soils around a home become saturated with moisture and expand. As the soils dry, the contract. With this repeating cycle, support to the foundation can be compromised leading to cracked foundation and masonry.
2. Staining of Masonry and Siding
Rainwater cascading off an unguttered roof will hit the ground with enough force to cause a splashback. Within this splashback are dirt, grass and minerals that end up on the exterior of your home. Over a short period of time, a stain appears that can be difficult to remove or hide.
3. Damage to Landscaping
Plants, flowers, mulch and soil located under the drip line of an unguttered roof can suffer from the water runoff of a thunderstorm. Additionally this runoff can result in an over watering condition that could permit harmful fungus to develop as well as attract ants, roaches and termites. A properly designed and installed gutter system keeps the soil surrounding your home at a consistent moisture level by directing roof runoff safely away from the house.
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5" K Style
Listed below are the condensed specifications on the paint, metal preparation, and finished coating form aluminium gutter coil.
1.The mechanical properties on coated and mill finished coils shall conform to Aluminum Association Standards & Data and ASTM B 209:3105 H24 must show no evidence of metal fracture when subject to a 1T (folded back on thickness of sheet on another) 180 degree bend in the longitudinal (direction of rolling) direction when viewed by the unaided eye.
2.Samples from each coated coil shall be capable of withstanding the bend test as follow:
a.ASTM D 4145-83 “Standard Test Method for Coating Flexibility of Pre-Painted Sheet”.
b.NCCA Technical Bulleting 4.2.8 “Test Method for Evaluation of Adhesion and Flexibility by the T Bend Test”
c. Coated metal must show no evidence of paint fracture when subject to a 2T (two times metal thickness) 180 degree bend in the longitudinal (direction of rolling) direction when viewed by the
3.The coated metal will be controlled to the approved master standard by approved color gloss meter. Determined at a gloss meter angle of 60 degrees to original standard must be controlled to (unless specified differently):
Low Gloss Top Coats - +/-3.0
Medium Gloss Top Coats - +/-5.0
High Gloss Top Coats - +/10.0
4.The coated metal Topside coil finish – 0.65 – 0.90 mil. (Unless specified differently). The coated metal Reverse Side coil finish – 0.15 – 0.40 mil. (unless specified differently).
5.The physical test used on our coated – panels includes:
a.180° - 2T tape, Scotch Brand #610
b.Reverse Impact = (Positive) tape, Scotch Brand #610, After impact 1.5 times metal thickness, 5/8” steel ball on Gardner Impact test
c.Pencil Hardness = F-2H minimum, Eagle Turquoise Brand
d.M.E.K. 100 Double rubs using Cheesecloth – Mesh size 28x24