Our Services

Our Services 
  • New Installations - Texas Gutters professionally installs seamless rain gutters.  Gutters are fabricated on the job site.  Gutters are secured to the fascia with heavy duty aluminum hidden hangers and 2" wood grip screws.  
  • Gutter Screens -  Texas Gutters installs gutter protection systems for homes and businesses.  Gutter debris is the main reason people consider installing gutter screens.  Gutter debris clog gutters rendering both gutters and downspouts less effective during heavy rains.  Gutter debris can clog gutters and downspouts, which in turn traps water and may create mold and a breeding ground for pesky, disease carrying mosquitoes.
  • Gutter Repairs - Texas Gutters will replace damaged gutters, re-secure gutters and downspouts when loose, re-sealing seams and corners, and re-adjust gutters to drain properly.
  • Gutter Cleaning - Texas Gutters will clean out and flush debris from gutters and downspouts to be sure they are functioning properly. 


Three Reasons Why Your Home Needs Gutters
Foundation Problems... The expansion and contraction of the soil that surrounds your
home is the number one reason for slab failure.  After a period of rainy weather, the soil
around the perimeter of your home expands as it becomes saturated with moisture.  A
dry, hot summer following the rain can cause the soil around your foundation to contract
and pull away.  As this cycle repeats, support to the foundation can be compromised
leading to cracked masonry as well as sticking doors and windows.  A properly designed
and installed gutter system keeps the soil surrounding your home at a consistent moisture
level by directing roof runoff safely away from the house.
Staining of Masonry and Siding... Rainwater cascading off an unguttered roof will hit the
ground with enough force to cause a splashback.  Within this splashback are dirt, grass
and minerals that end up on the exterior of your home.  Over a short period of time, a stain
appears that can be difficult to remove or hide.
Damage to Landscaping... Plants, flowers, mulch and soil located under the drip line of
an unguttered roof can suffer from the water runoff of a thunderstorm.  Additionally, this
runoff can result in an overwatering condition that could permit harmful fungus to develop
as well as attract ants, roaches and termites.