Home Gutter and Downspout Inspections in Wisconsin
Prevent Ice Dam and Water Infiltration Issues
Gutters and downspouts remove rainwater and melted snow runoff from houses. Issues with these water removal systems can lead to moisture problems in your home. Since Wisconsin homeowners deal with a lot of runoff, certified Wall to Wall inspectors check for properly installed and working gutters during our exterior home inspections.
Common Gutter Problems
Gutters and downspouts are very important for water control around the home. The most common problems we find are:
- Deteriorated materials
- Clogs from debris
- Incorrect pitch
An exterior home inspection from our certified experts will reveal all these issues.
Exterior Home Inspections: Gutters, Trim, and Siding
During our exterior home inspections, we often find issues the homeowners were completely unaware of. The earlier these potential problems are identified, the easier the repairs will be and the sooner they can be completed.
Too often, a problem with a gutter or downspout will directly cause issue for multiple areas of your home. Leaking gutters can lead to water being redirected into your roof or siding. Water accumulation can cause siding to warp. And moisture trapped behind trim can lead to mold growth. Downspouts clogs can cause water to flood your foundation or basement. Maintaining your gutters and downspouts is vital to preventing water getting into the rest of your home.
Inspections Before Buying or Selling a House
Wall to Wall Home Inspections specializes in checking homes before they are bought or sold. Since gutters are so important to the wellbeing of the house, it is important they are thoroughly checked by buyers and sellers. This way, there are no surprises for either party when it’s time to hand over the keys.
Our first-time buyer inspections have helped local Wisconsin families save on closing costs by negotiating for gutter repair estimates into the final deal. Read some of our gutter inspection success stories to get an idea of how our home inspection service can help you.