Updated: Jun 16, 2020
Whether it’s through good weather or bad weather, the roof on any home is the first and foremost piece of infrastructure that is most responsible for sheltering you and the rest of your home from the elements. With all of the vast variety of options when it comes to roofing styles, from wood, to metal, to asphalt, to clay tile roofing shingles, it can take a lot of decision making to find the perfect roofing material that’s right for you. However, one very important thing that remains constant throughout the plethora of roofing options is the need to prevent water damage from occurring at all costs. Regardless of the roofing material on top of your house, the single most important aspect of managing and controlling water flow is the rain water gutter system that lines the top of your home. While the options for different styles of gutter systems are nowhere near as vast and diverse as the different styles of roofing material, there is still a good deal of factors that are extremely important to consider.
Rain and water damage may not be the biggest concern here in the beautiful warm and sunny city of San Diego, but it does remain true that when it rains, it pours. The fact that we receive a relatively small amount of rain alone is not sufficient for homeowners to think that they can escape the absolute pain-in-the-neck experience of sustaining water damage to a