Happy April 1st, 2013 They say April showers bring May flowers. First of all, like us on Face Book – that way you can see on your news feed what we are up to, current sales, and interesting information about gutters. Like us on Face Book Check out our new Sale for April We have the best prices to fit your Gutter Supply needs! Traditionally, April can be a rainy period in some parts of America. Sure, the forecast could call for rain in your town… but will the forecast tell you to check your gutters? You should check them occasionally if your gutter system lacks gutter guards and your house is surrounded by trees. Especially if you know that… Continue reading »
(click image to enlarge) It is the middle of March, and there you are, out of coffee and everyone is rushing in the house getting ready, and you notice your car from the kitchen window. It has a thick, fresh layer of snow. And it is the wet, heavy snow. You are going to be late for work.Grinding your teeth because you did not put your car in the garage last night, you get your winter boots, hopeful that it will be one of the last times they’ll be worn for the winter. Your mindset is to get the snow scraper out of the back of your car… you say goodbye to your family and step out. Door slams and… Continue reading »
Mr. Stevens never saw it coming. It was raining rather hard for the first time this spring – the familiar nighttime thunderstorm knocked the power out. Then he heard something unsettling coming from the basement… the sound of water pouring in through the basement window. The problem was the gutter above that window. It was clogged which prevented the water from flowing off of the roof, into the gutter, down the downspout and away from the foundation. Unfortunately and alternatively, the rain water overflowed from this gutter directly into the window below which resulted in a flooded basement. Installing gutter guards from GutterSupply.com would have been the preventative, worry-free solution. Gutter guards keep leaves and other natural debris from piling up in the gutter and blocking… Continue reading »
Introducing the European Copper Gutter System Euro Copper adds a look of elegance to a home with its attention to detail, heavy-gauge copper and seamless assembly. Priced competitively with traditional copper gutter systems, Euro Copper provides a more seamless look with their extra attention to the downspouts, elbows, miters and outlets. Be sure to check out the hanging system and decorative downspout brackets as well. To view the Euro Copper Gutter Systems Product Catalog, just click on the image to the left or feel free to view the Euro Copper line @ www.GutterSupply.com
Gutter guidance: Professionals offer advice on when, how to make roof repairs Click Here to Recommend Story View larger image Steve Smith, of D&J Construction, uses a hammer to do some guitar repair in Front Royal. Dennis Grundman/Daily View larger image Smith taps at a gutter in Front Royal as Dave York, owner of D&J Construction in Front Royal, keeps the ladder steady. Dennis Grundman/Daily By M.K. Luther — firstname.lastname@example.org FRONT ROYAL — As temperatures begin to inch up and the snow begins to melt, David York is beginning to dig out from the remnants of the blizzard — not with a shovel, but with a ladder. York is an independent contractor and owner of D&J Construction based in Front… Continue reading »
GutterSupply gets an A+ Rating! Dear Mr. Milliman: As you may know the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois is introducing a new Ratings System (a letter grade from A+ to F) for all Accredited Businesses and non-accredited companies that are in the BBB database. This new ratings system replaces the previous “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory” rating. The changeover was mandated by the Council of Better Business Bureaus (the parent BBB organization). The new ratings will be used by all BBBs across the United States and Canada. The letter grade for your business is “A+”. This new letter grade will be available for the public June 1st to view on your BBB Reliability Report at the BBB Web site… Continue reading »
GutterSupply.com just received the Better Business Bureau award for being complaint free for the entire year of 2008! We take pride in our customer service and want to make sure our customers are treated fairly and respectfully. We will continue to strive to be an annual recipient of this meaningful award.
What does the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act mean to our industry? While many of the expenditure details are still pending, the news overall is pretty good. Here is a summary of the residential construction spending stimulus as well as tax incentives designed to motivate home buying and remodeling. First time homebuyer tax credit $11.5 billion. Maximum value of individual tax credit $8,000. This will stimulate demand among prospective buyers and generate multiplier effect for homeowners seeking to sell existing homes. FHA and GSE loan limits of the greater of $729,750. This reduces housing finance cost and stimulates housing demand. Low income housing tax credit: supplemental resources. Allows state housing agencies to receive a grant equal to 85% of 40%… Continue reading »
What does the gutter industry have to do with the economy? If you buy and/or sell Copper Gutters, you may have a pretty good idea. Check out this article on Copper prices and their relation to the world economy… You know, when an economy does start to recover, it’s not widely known at the time. In fact, the news will still be as full of “gloom and doom” as ever even when it starts. So you won’t know when the economy is turning by listening to the nightly news. So what can you look to? Well, here is one widely watched economic barometer that institutional investors have used throughout the years. What is it? Copper. Now you may think, “What… Continue reading »
I found this cautionary tale on Google News: Easttown, PA police are investigating a theft from a house under construction in the township sometime during the night of Feb. 17. According to police someone took copper rain gutters and related items such as downspouts and a door. The value of the missing items was estimated at $30,000, police said.