There are a lot of different business philosophies in the gutter protection industry. Many skimp on labor costs. They do this either to increase profits or to offer unrealistically low prices. Either way, being cheap with installation is a recipe for disaster.
Sloppy now means expensive problems later.
That’s why we treat and pay our team of installers better. It’s paid off because we retain the very best – we have many crew members that have worked for us for more than 20 years!
Temporary help from day labor pools and other sources is almost never a good idea, and that goes double when you are talking about gutters. Installing gutters and gutter protection requires a precision and experience that you can’t get on the cheap.
But many companies still do it, and their customers are stuck with the lousy results. Things like water fly-over and water damage behind siding from leaks. And clogged gutters and ruined landscaping.
We’d rather pay our installers a little more, retain the best, and then never have to worry about whether the job has been done right.
We know our installers are nice guys. They are polite professionals and aren’t the type that would ever be disrespectful or loud or make our customers feel uncomfortable.
Still, we used to be surprised by how many times we would hear “we love your guys.” Or “they were so nice to deal with.” We can only guess that people have become so accustomed to lousy service in so many areas of life that good service amazes people.
Whatever the reason, we’ve heard it so many times, we’ve stopped being surprised!
At the end of the day, what really matters is the quality of the installation itself. That’s exactly why we have a “NO SHORTCUTS” rule. We have clearly defined standards that the entire crew knows and that no one is allowed to deviate from. This gives our installations a very high level of quality control and ensures that each and every job is done right.
If you are looking for a company that will uphold the highest installation standards, we’d be honored if you contacted us for a quote.