Highest Rated Company for Downspouts in Huntsville, AL

Our company has been providing quality gutter downspout services for Huntsville, AL and surrounding areas for over 10 years. We have been in the gutter business for almost 23 years and we have worked on thousands of homes. We install seamless gutters, gutter guards, downspouts, underground drains, clean gutters, and repair and replace rotten fascia boards.

The most critical element of gutter installation is that water flows freely from your roof gutters. This means there can be no obstructions at all to block or slow down water flow. Our professionals will ensure that your downspouts are placed the proper distance apart and that you have the correct amount based on the pitch of your home and average precipitation in the area. 

Proper Downspout Installation & Placement Benefits

Gutter guards protect gutters from leaves, twigs, and other debris. Cleaning gutters is one of those less-than-wonderful tasks that every homeowner has to do at some point or another. Without gutter guards, you will have to clean your gutters much more often. Not only does cleaning your gutters mean additional work for you, but it also means you’ll be putting yourself at risk of serious injury if you aren’t experienced working on a ladder or a roof.

Less Water Overflow

More downspouts or strategically placed downspouts can prevent water from overflowing onto your plants or landscaping. Our professionals know where water moves the fastest and where it pools the most within your gutter and can help you prevent overflow.

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Less Weight on Gutters

More downspouts mean gravity can pull water down quicker, alleviating excess weight from your gutters. Ideally, you want water flowing to the downspouts and getting out of your gutter system and away from your home as quickly as possible.

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Curb Appeal

Downspouts add a nice touch to the curb appeal of your home. Some people add extra downspouts even if they are not needed for water flow just because of how good they look on the side of a home. There are also downspout accessories you can add for more appeal.

Why You Should Choose Us

We take pride in our craftsmanship and our ability to clean, repair, and install gutters that look great and last long. If you want to enjoy years of hassle-free gutter maintenance, it’s in your best interest to hire a proven professional. With us on your side, there’s no need to worry about keeping up with regular cleaning or fixing clogged gutters. When you hire Blue River Gutters, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your home is well protected from leaks and water damage. If it’s time to freshen up your home exterior with new gutters, contact us today for a free estimate.

Testimonials From Customers in the Huntsville, AL area

"The job went very well. The back 50 ft gutter was replaced with the addition of two larger downspouts to aid drainage. A leaf protection system was then added. The job was professionally done and took 4 hours to complete.."
James D
Huntsville, AL
"The project was top notch. Not only did they consistently show up on time, but they finished the project early and were willing to reschedule the final walkthrough multiple times to accommodate our schedule."
Tommy M
Huntsville, AL

Frequently Asked Questions About Downspouts in Huntsville, AL

The number of downspouts your house has depends largely on its size. It is recommend that you have a ratio of one downspout for every 100 square feet of roof area. For a small home (1,000 square feet) with a 30-foot by 20-foot roof, that’s three downspouts. But if you have two stories or are building an addition to your home, you may need additional downspouts to help with drainage. If you aren’t sure how many downspouts your house needs, we can  help you determine what your house needs based on local code requirements and its layout and design.

Downspouts should extend at least 3 feet away from a house. If they are too close, water will pool and possibly seep into your basement or crawlspace. If they are too far, you’ll get runoff that could cause erosion and damage to your lawn or landscaping. The best way to measure is to mark where each downspout meets your roofline and then draw a straight line out from there.

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