Welcome to Second Generation Exteriors! I’m Brad, and we’re a family-based eavestrough company in Airdrie. As a second-generation contractor, we have a proven track record of excellent workmanship and customer service for gutter installation.
As part of the full exterior package, we offer eavestrough and downspout installation as one of our main residential services. We can help match the current product on your home to maintain a consistent look for your home or to provide the information to your insurance provider.
If you're having trouble with pooling water near your home or a leaking eavestrough setup, we can help you design the water management system you need for your home.
Some of our common water management solutions include:
If there are specialty eavestrough products you’re looking for, give our team a call and we’ll be happy to help find a solution for your home.
Our roof gutters come in a variety of colours. We have access to multiple suppliers that can help match or complement your siding. If you are needing eavestrough replacement on a section of your Airdrie home, we can provide colour samples to choose a matching tone. And, if your eavestrough was originally a custom colour, we can explore sending the new eavestrough for post-painting to match.
If you’re needing gutters on your residential property, typically a 5” deep eavestrough is all you will need. Unless you have a significant roof area, a 6” gutter may be needed. Typically this would be seen on large shops or if you’re unable to install downspouts in the required locations. Whatever the roof, we can find an eavestrough solution for you.
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We offer financing for your planned eavestrough project or unexpected gutter leaks. It’s simple and easy to apply, check your pre-approval for gutter financing in Airdrie - provided by FinanceIt.
Seamless eavestrough is an excellent solution for avoiding leaks, and it provides a very clean aesthetic to your home. Seamless eavestrough can be run as long as the original roll of aluminum it’s formed from.
Additional benefits from aluminum eavestrough are its resistance to corrosion and ability to be manipulated by hand tools, making it a preferred choice for many eavestrough installers and homeowners.
An excellent way to prevent your aluminum eavestrough from becoming filled with leaves or debris is to use an eavestrough screen that is installed over the opening of the trough. It allows water to enter but leaves and larger debris to blow off.
If you are concerned about leaves and debris in your eavestroughs, we offer a leaf guard system called Alu-Rex Gutter Clean that will protect your gutters from debris.
Additional benefits from aluminum Debris buildup in your gutters and downspouts can cause blockages and back up the entire draining system. Over years of use, you should check your gutters for asphalt granules as smaller ones may be able to enter the perforated openings.
If you are not keen on cleaning your eavestrough every year, gutter screens are a great alternative.
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If you are interested in evaluating and redesigning the water management system for your home we would come to your home and discuss the problem areas while on-site.
From there we can recommend solutions to work with your current eavestrough setup or to provide a complete redesign. This may include adding downspouts, adding extensions, supplying a diverter for rain barrels, or installing new continuous eavestrough to your home.
Once the design choices have been settled, we’ll provide a quote and can start at our nearest date available.Call For Gutter Install
The top manufacturers of aluminum products have 20-30 standard colours each to choose from. There are ways to get a custom colour but they are expensive and with such a large variety of colours available it is usually not worth looking past the available colours.
The short answer is yes, we would recommend once in the spring and once in the fall. But of course that depends if you have trees hanging over your roofline or if you get lots of snow and ice at your house. If you see water spill over the edges in a certain place, it is probably safe to say there may be some debris blocking the water flow. It is best to prevent this to keep the water away from your home.
From the outside this may look the case, but what is really happening is the attic or roof not having enough insulation. The heat from the inside of the house rises to the roof and melts the snow. Then as that water moves down the warmer roof it goes right into the eavestrough which is exposed to freezing temperatures.
Bonus: Heat cable may not be answer, proper insulation in your attic may actually be the proper solution.
Eavestroughs and downspouts are an essential part of your exterior that protects your entire house from water damage. We will take the time to make sure that the eavestrough system on your house keeps the water away from your house.
Choosing us as your contractor would ensure that the water management plan for your home will last.