New Gutter System
Getting a New Gutter System after Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma damage toll for the Orlando Metro area tops $100 million dollars.
Central Florida counties have reported more than $100 million in damages from Hurricane Irma. Osceola County is the in first place when it come to the damage reporting a total of $60 million. The hurricane left water damage in the Orange County Courthouse and destroyed many homes and businesses.
Many Residents in Central Florida were left in the dark for weeks. In total there were 6.2 million homes affected. Power companies worked 24/7 to ensure that all the residents got their power restored. Once the power was restored, homeowners noticed that their houses had suffered severe damage.
Gutter Systems were destroyed in both homes and businesses. After getting a full roof replacement, the next step for a home or business owner is to get a new gutter system installed. Gutters prevent rain water from pouring into the fabric of the home or building by channeling the rain water away from the exterior of the walls and foundations.
An average residential installation is around 150 feet of seamless aluminum gutter with four downspouts and four corners. The average price is around $5.88 per foot to be professionally supplied and installed. Seamless gutter materials require special equipment, so it’s best to hire a gutter pro when you want the job done right.