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When to Replace your Gutters

As you plan your roof replacement project, you might be wondering to yourself: should you keep your gutters intact or have them replaced as well? Oberg Roofing & Remodeling discusses the advantages of choosing either option. 

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House roof, gutters and downspout on the corner of a house.

Should You Keep Your Current Gutters?

Sometimes, replacing your current gutter system isn’t necessary. To be sure, you must have them inspected first by your hired roofer to determine its overall condition. They can identify any signs of deterioration and other issues that need to be addressed. If they conclude that it is still good for several more years, you can choose not to replace it and focus your budget on the roof replacement itself.

Should You Choose a Full Gutter Replacement?

Your roofer, however, may find signs of long-term wear and tear on your gutters. Having a new roof while keeping your old gutters intact can easily reduce your home’s curb appeal, that’s why having them replaced makes perfect sense. Apart from the savings you can get in both labor and building permits, you can rest easy knowing that your home gets renewed protection against the weather.

Working With a Reliable Contractor

Whether you need new gutters installed or want your current ones repaired, you can count on Oberg Roofing & Remodeling to get the job done right. We offer a wide selection of gutter color options and materials, such as vinyl, copper, stainless steel, and aluminum. Our team members are also expert gutter repair specialists who will help you fix any existing damage and maintain a healthy gutter system throughout the year.

Oberg Roofing & Remodeling remains unmatched when it comes to providing top-quality residential roofing and gutter services. When you work with our team of expert contractors, you can expect only a smooth and stress-free experience. Call us today at (320) 204-2264 (St. Cloud) or (651) 369-1630 (Roseville). You can reach us online for a free estimate as well! We serve Sartell, MN, and the rest of Stearns and Benton counties.