Wow… I have never seen such a bad eavestrough job in my life.
How do some of these contractors sleep at night? We just finished putting vinyl siding on a house in Water Valley Alberta that has the absolutely worst continuous eavestrough job I have ever seen. Yes it is continuous gutter, but let’s get real….Just because you run it out of a continuous eavestrough machine can you really call it continuous if you cut it into 10 foot lengths? I can’t even imagine someone doing this with a clean conscience. Now they won’t return the homeowners phonecalls. Just another take the money and run contractor. (Homeowner didn’t notice til the first rain as it leaked at every joint, and then discovered what the contractor did)
Here are a few tips so you don’t become this so called contractor’s next victim.
- Ask for references on your contractors
- Are they licensed, Bonded and insured
- Ask what their warranty is.
- Never pay in full til you have closely inspected the job.