Snow, cold and ice in winter have left their mark on the house. Therefore, you should check the facade, roof and especially the gutter more in the spring at the latest because only an intact gutter system protects buildings from costly damage caused by dew, rain or splash water.
Repair damage immediately
Snow masses and frosty winter temperatures can add up to a rain gutter. But not only snow and frost, but also heat and intense sunshine as well as mechanical stress can lead to damage to the gutter. Therefore, builders and homeowners should make sure that the new gutter is weather, UV and temperature resistant and dimensionally stable and resistant to corrosion in any weather. Nevertheless, if rainwater drips out due to a leak, this damage should be remedied as soon as possible. If necessary, replace the broken element if repair is no longer possible.
Repair with construction glue
If possible, dismantle the gutter with the leak, so you do not have to work at high altitude. Before you start sealing, remove dirt and leaves and clean the area over a large area. Then apply a good amount of construction adhesive to both sides of the gutter where the …