Flashing and Leaf Screens

Flashing Process and Information

Flashing, also known as drip cap and drip edge, is a piece of metal in the shape of an L. We select the appropriate size for your situation and install with gasket screws into the fascia.

Do you have drips/leaking behind your gutter?

Flashing acts as a water diverter that keeps the water going into the gutter and not down the fascia board which can peel the paint off, rot the board, and even make your gutter fall off eventually if enough rot is in the board. 

Did you know?

Many houses are built without any type of flashing.

Leaf Screens Process and Information

Not a lot to say about the process here. It is a simple and effective system. We put the screens in the gutters and snap them into place. 

We recommend screens for homes that have a lot of trees around. Keep in mind that while they are great at keeping leaves out, screens can still let in small debris. Just because you have screens doesn't mean you will never need them cleaned again. 

Did you know?

Some properties do not benefit from screens. Areas with little foliage do not need screens. 

We use a steel E-Z lock screen that has a powder coat finish to prevent rust!

Flashing and Leaf Screen FAQ

I have leaf screens, now what?

We recommend a once a year inspection and spray out if needed. This is a heavily discounted service, so please take advantage of this to make sure your gutter system is good to go!

What's the point of leaf screens?

Although having screens won't prevent ever needing cleaning again they will greatly improve the overall working efficiency of your system.

How much does Flashing cost? 

We charge $4/foot which includes labor and material.

Prices are subject to change from varying factors.

Don't let this be you! Hire a professional!