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Box Gutter Repair Case Study

Box Gutter Repair Customer Testimonial in Cincinnati

Here at ProMaster, we have a new box gutter repair system that works better than traditional repairs and also saves you money. We call it the Box Gutter Shield. The Box Gutter Shield system is between 1/3 and 1/2 the cost of a traditional box gutter repair lining or replacing the gutters in metal. It doesn’t take a genius to realize the whole reason you’re repairing these box gutters in the first place is because the metal failed, and we’ll make a bet that they failed at the seams. Our system doesn’t have seams. How? We use PVC, a thermoplastic material that heat welds together. For you, that translates into a more permanent, seamless repair that a traditional repair at 1/3 to 1/2 the cost.

Box Gutter Repair with ProMaster Shield Video

Watch this video interview of one of our latest customers. As you’ll be able to tell, John has experienced many of the problems typical homeowners with these box gutters have. He points out that these box gutter repair companies are repairing these box gutters in the same way they’ve been built over 100 years ago. There has to be a better way. Here at ProMaster, there is.

ProMaster Shield Box Gutter Repair Material

The PVC we use hasn’t been heard of by most people, but it’s actually very common in the commercial roofing industry. Most commercial roofs, like the skyscrapers in downtown Cincinnati, have either PVC or TPO on them. Both are strong, thermoplastic membranes that many manufacturers warranty for twenty or thirty years. TPO is a little less expensive, but PVC is the Rolls Royce of roofing membranes. That’s why we choose to work with PVC. Although you may have never heard of it before, you can be sure that it’s been field tested for several years, and be at ease because it’s the commercial roofing industry’s choice product.

PVC has a huge advantage over metal when it comes to lining these old box gutters because, simply put, plastic can’t rust. PVC is also a better product because the seams won’t break after several years. PVC is heat welded together at the seams, which melts it together and eliminates the possibility for those seams to break.

ProMaster Handyman and Home Repair of Cincinnati

ProMaster is a home repair company based in Cincinnati, Ohio. ProMaster takes pride in being on-time and family-friendly. All of our employees are background checked and drug tested to ensure that you and your family are safe and comfortable with the craftsman completing your project. ProMaster is also the only company in the area that gives you a specific time for your appointment, not a “two hour window” like Time Warner.

If you think that the ProMaster Box Gutter Shield is the box gutter repair solution for you, give us a call here in Cincinnati at (513) 322-2914. Home repair and remodeling contractors typically rank at the top of the list when it comes to Better Business Bureau and State Attorney General complaints. Make sure to check out anyone before inviting them to your home for a repair or remodeling project. ProMaster is proud of its reputation and is confident that when you see the evidence for yourself, you will want to have one of our Home Repair Heroes accomplish your project today!

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  1. Rio Quinto LLC says

    In need of box gutter lining for main roof.
    And new box gutters for front porch addition.

  2. Traci Poellnitz says

    Hi I need box gutter repair on my home.

    • Jacob Addison says

      Hi Traci! We would be happy to help. Feel free to contact us at 513-322-2914 to schedule an evaluation of your box gutters.

  3. Martin Sivic says

    I have 4 box gutters on my home that need some attention to them. They don’t leak, but the “fall” is not correct because in a normal rain storm, they spill over. would this be a job that you would be do?

    Also, do you make (or does anyone make) a screen that would be able to be installed under the shingle and then straight across the top of the box gutter (like a gutter guard) to keep the debris out of the box gutters?

    • Jacob Addison says

      Hi Martin! There are quite a few reasons why your gutters could be spilling over. One of them is that there is a low spot that keeps the water from reaching the downspout, another is that your downspout is actually clogged – this is one of the most common reasons. If you live in the Cincinnati area, we can help you with this repair, regardless of what the problem is. Feel free to give us a call at 513-322-2914. We can also help you with the installation of leaf guards that will protect your gutters from leaves and debris.

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