Welcome to the Royal Gutter’s FAQ page. Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about gutters and our company. Have a question we haven’t answered? We would love to hear from you here.
Yes, we offer a senior discount of 5%
This depends on the home and the environment. It is recommended to have your gutters checked once a year and cleaned if needed. Most people clean their gutters twice a year, in the fall and in the spring. In some areas, gutters need to be cleaned weekly to work properly; In this case, it’s a good idea to check into a gutter system with leaf protection or gutter guards.
Nope, but it is always good to be home to sign off on completed work and insure everything was done to your liking. If you can’t be home, we can do a walk-through of the project long before work is to be done. We generally do not need to enter the house.
We prefer payments to be made by check but we do accept credit / debit cards.
We try our best to be accommodating. It is ideal to start planning weeks ahead, but if it is a small project it can usually be squeezed into our schedule. Please note, the summer and fall seasons are the busiest for us.
We do not offer emergency services, but we do offer next day service for an extra charge.
Samples may be requested by scheduling a free estimate.
Of course! Give us a call and we will be happy to provide you with many references.
See below for minimum charges. Our typical repairs average $650. Average gutter installations range from $1,500-$3,000. These numbers are samples and the actual estimate may vary.
Yes. All of our gutters are paint-ready. If we don’t have a color that closely matches your specifications, and you decide to paint, we will install white gutters unless otherwise specified.
We welcome all projects, but keep in mind there is a minimum. Currently, we charge a $500 minimum depending on location, type of work, etc.
This will depend on the package you choose. Our extended warranty coverage is a Limited Lifetime Warranty – meaning, if our team fails to do something correctly, we will fix it for as long as you live in your home.