Gutter Replacement
Mooresville, NC

One of the best features of Lake Norman is all the little nooks and inlets. It lets you continually explore the beautiful waterway in search of your little slice of North Carolina paradise. Whether you live on the water in Mooresville or love to walk and recreate around the area, if you enjoy getting away from the world and heading back to nature, Mooresville, North Carolina, is a beautiful community to call home. Regardless of what side of I-77 you’re on, there is a slice of happiness for everyone. Mooresville can feel both secluded as well as be close to it all. After all, you just take the highway down, and you’re in the center of downtown Charlotte in no time. As part of the Mooresville community, you will want to take care of your home. Whether you have plans on moving and listing the property in the coming years or simply want to avoid unnecessary expenses later on, taking advantage of gutter replacement Mooresville services is ideal. But when do you need to bring in the gutter replacement professionals? Here are the signs you should look out for concerning your home’s gutter system.

Buckling (or Damaged) Seams

Your gutter is more than just one long piece of metal. The channel comes together at a seam. Typically, a bracket is attached to the side of your home to secure the gutter and support the weight of whatever water finds its way into the drain. However, the weakest point of any gutter system is the seams. If you notice any kind of buckling, sagging, or general damage, it will most likely be at the seam. It is also a good sign that you need, at the very least, to repair this area of the roof. If the problem proceeds throughout the rest of the gutters, you will need to have all the gutters replaced.

Cracks and Holes In Gutters

Have you noticed damage to your gutters? They may be all old, cracked, or even have holes in them. Whatever kind of damage you have, it is a telling sign you need to take advantage of gutter replacement services. Gutters with cracks will not do you much good, as most of the water will drain out from where the location of the damage. So, if you spot this kind of damage, contact Macaw Construction Services, LLC whenever you have a free moment.

Problems With The Side of Your Home

Sometimes the damage isn’t immediately noticeable on the gutters themselves but instead on the house. This is why you need to be on the lookout for signs around the house, under where the drains are located. First, you will want to search for mildew or mold spots growing on the side of your home. You might see dark patches that look like dirt on your siding (or brick). Chances are, this is not just some dirt kicked up and stuck to the side of your house. This is from water leaking down the siding, eventually leading to mold development. Not only should you wash away the mold to avoid the further growth of mild, but you need to inspect the gutters to find out where the problem area is.
The second issue is to look for peeling paint around the house siding. If the paint is starting to peel, it is because moisture has begun to build up in the area. This peeling will continue until you figure out the issue. Thankfully, even if you cannot spot the problem with your gutters, you can always contact Macaw Construction Services, LLC.

Request Your Free Quote Today

Do you have questions about whether or not your home needs an entirely new gutter system or a repair? Perhaps you would like to drain the water away from your home in a completely different direction. Whatever questions or concerns you have, our team is here to help. From answering your questions and providing quotes to replacing your current gutter system, you are just a phone call away from caring for all your present (and future) gutter needs.

Don’t forget we also offer window replacement, roof replacement and repair and siding services! We are your one stop shop for all exterior home repairs!


*Macaw Construction Services LLC provides free estimates to homeowners looking for home renovations. Requests from Realtors for appraisals to help a house tenant looking to make repairs or for a listing is subject to an inspection fee.