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Gutter Repair reviews in Tallahassee

  • A
    A1A seamless gutters
    Jason of A1A.inspected the gutters and found no problems with gutters but the problem was with the downspout extensions. They were buried underground and were filled up with dirt, Since the flow of water is restricted, some of the water water had overflown into the fascia. His advice was to put all the downspout extensions above the ground. There is no charge for his visit. We appreciate very much the time he spent on the gutters, the trip to our house, his advice and his honesty about no repairs needed to be done.
    - Le H.
  • A
    A1A seamless gutters
    Jason was very professional. He gave us a great price, came when scheduled, even though it was a small job. He was extremely easy to work with. His crew were friendly and worked quickly. He even did a little extra at the end.
    - David M.
  • F
    Waterhawk Gutters LLC
    TERRIBLE. My contractor hired the cheapest and most unqualified company he could find. Sloppy, screws that went to nowhere, extremely long and short overhangs of gutter (2 feet plus on one end and 8" too short on the other end. It actually looks like someone had their eyes closed and just slapped up the gutters and downspouts. One downspout ran about 3 feet and into the gate path in my backyard...talk about a trip hazard!! This "work" was totally subpar. I contacted the owner after his crew RACED through throwing up the gutters to tell him there were serious problems...he came out and ran his mouth the whole time and made excuses and wouldn't listen to me....probably because he was clearly drunk and the cologne he used to try to mask it was even worse...reaked! He said he would send his crew back to fix the problems. Second "attempt" to correct their mess was also a failure. I had to call him back again and same old song and dance. I gave up. They simply are not capable. Now, I have leaky, crooked, messy gutters and will just hire someone on my own. I don't trust anyone anymore.
    - Maryann F.
  • A
    A1A seamless gutters
    I'm rarely an "all As" reviewer, but Jason Kinsley, owner of A1 Gutters, responded to a weekend email immediately (go to his website), gave me an estimate and clean date shortly thereafter. Then all those storms rolled through over several days, but there he was on a Saturday with his assistant, and did a yeoman's job on a nasty project with cleanup afterwards and follow-up services available (I'm going for twice a year!)....and the price was as good as the customer service, so I didn't even ask for other estimates!
    - Candace H.
  • A
    Total Quality Roofing Inc
    the process from the beginning was excellent. any questions were answered and the workmanship was excellent. the workers were courteous and kept us advised of the progress. I would not have any problem using their services again.
    - Rihard C.
  • A
    A1A seamless gutters
    Really great! Jason and his crew were on time, efficient, professional and friendly. My husband and I are very happy with the services rendered. If we decide to add more gutters later, we will surely contact them and refer family & friends as the opportunity arises.
    - Cheryl B.
  • A
    GUTTER GUYS
    I can't say enough good things about this company. I had a roughly 50-foot section of gutter on my house that was no longer draining to the street and needed to be re-hung/adjusted. I called around...got multiple quotes that ranged between $90-$250. When I called Gutter Guys, Robbie answered, said he had guys out already in my part of town, and that they'd swing by (same day!) to check it out. Not only did they check it out...they fixed it...at no charge! I'm still a little incredulous, but holy cow what a crazy nice thing to do. Best I can tell they don't have a fancy website or facebook page, but don't let that sway you. They are awesome.
    - Katie C.
  • A
    Gutterhawk Inc
    Estimators were prompt and very professional. Services rendered were very reasonable. Service crew were courteous and attentive to our company's safety policies. Would highly recommend this company to anyone.
    - Mike W.
  • D
    Blackfoot Roofing & Construction
    This contractor, and his installer exhibit very poor communication skills with us as customers and with each other.  The contractor tried to cover his poor communication by altering the statements on which we made our decision.  The end result is a poorly designed job, and dissatisfied customer.  Summary:  We wanted gutters across the back of our home that is straight across except for a rectangular protrusion for an attached covered porch.  We told the contractor we didn���t want to have to go with three downspouts as we didn���t want a downspout located on the porch support.  The estimate the contractor provided was based on a total length of  99' and two downspouts. The contractor assured us the felt this would be possible even though he stated the normal limit is 45 feet per downspout, He did tell us if it didn���t work he could come back and install a third downspout on the wall of the house near the porch. The Problems:  Looking at the gutters after installation, it appeared most the water would run west to the downspout furthest from the porch rather than equally in both directions. This proved to be true when testing with a water hose. When we called the contractor to tell him this he explained there was a big difference between rain and water from the hose and that it should work just fine as it was when it rained.  Soon after installation, in a very heavy rain coming down the valley toward  the gutter overflowed a bit in one the corner by the porch on the west side where the furthest down spout is located.  The contractor came back out to look at the gutters. We expressed our concern installation causing most of the water to run to the western most downspout and again stated our desire to not have to go with the third downspout.  The three of us discussed an alternative he could try.  The contractor texted to let us know the installer would come back out. The text reads "usually the maximum you can put on a downspout is 40 feet you have around a hundred feet he may have to add a downspout but I'll let you and he decide that when he gets there���.  I responded, ���Thank you. We���re really trying to avoid the extra downspout.  I���ll let Glen and Daniel work it out.���  My husband tried to ���work it out��� with the installer by telling him that the contractor said adjusting the gutter would be an alternative to try prior to installing the third downspout. The installer was adamant there had to be a third downspout. He proceeded to install the down spout without trying the alternative discussed with the contractor. In the process of installing the third down spout the installer unscrewed the gutter, lowered the portion along the porch and bent the gutter downward along the back of the house downward toward the down spout. ���This is going to direct more water from the far end of the house to new down spout in the middle of the house by the porch. It doesn���t feel like there was any attempt made to work this out the our satisfaction.  In response to our dissatisfaction the contractor is has explained to us that due to the porch and the four 90 degree angles it creates, the gutter cannot accommodate more than about 33 feet of gutter instead of around 40 feet  (initially 45 feet).  There has been no change to the configuration of the area to be guttered, only to the number of feet the contractors says a gutter can handle per downspout. The contractor complained that he has already made two trips out to this job (to correct a situation he created), is just breaking even, and if he has to do anything else he would lose money on the job and it probably wouldn't work anyway.  So, we have an unwanted downspout that will dump water by the porch, and a gutter that visibly hangs several inches lower on one side of our porch than the other. The contractor says his installer has been doing this for over 15 years and knows what he is doing. If the contractor knew what he was doing he would have told us that the job would require a third gutter not that he was pretty sure we could get by with just the two downspouts. If the contractor doesn���t know enough about installing gutters he should have his installer with him when he does his estimates. Additionally, without the installer present, the contractor should not have offered another alternative to try prior to installing the third downspout. The contractor said he wished my husband had called before the downspout was installed.  The  installer should have listened when my husband tried to talk to him about the alternative the contractor suggested. Maybe the installer should have called the contractor before proceeding.  We measured the length of the gutters, the total length 94��� 4��� +/- an inch or so. Based on our initial consultation for the estimate and the subsequent discussion with the contractor after the rain, the alternative the contractor offered  was worth trying. With proper installation and proper drop, that would have given us about 45��� of gutter draining to one downspout at the end of the house and about 50��� draining to the second down spout on the other end.  Those figures are about what we understood we would have after our initial consultation. During installation the installer was overheard asking his helper for a level. The helper told him all he had was the torpedo level.  An experienced installer should know to use an appropriately sized level for this project. We just checked the drop on the gutters. The gutters are installed with about 25% of water being directed to the east downspout and the remaining  75% directed to west downspout.  With the installer's adjustment and addition of the third downspout the greater portion of the 75% is now directed to the downspout near the porch.  Secondarily, we asked the contractor about leaf guards and described the product offered by another bidder so we could be sure we were comparing "apples to apples" when comparing quotes.  He assured us he knew what we were looking at and quoted  us a slightly lower price than the competitors���. During installation we noticed the leaf guards were not the same. However, after the installer assured us this was a much better product than what the competitor offered because of the method of installation, product guarantee, and functionality, we elected to have him continue with the installation. The product seems flimsy, is easily dislodged, and from all appearances seems to be inferior to those offered by his competitor.  We have been unsuccessful in obtaining product warranties on the leaf guard and the gutters from the contractor, our texted request that he email them to us goes unanswered.  His supplier is sending us the product warranty on the gutters but says he doesn���t think there is any warranty on the leaf guard. There is no guarantee provided on workmanship or customer satisfaction.  The contractors assurances that his installer is experienced and knowledgeable appear to be a deceptive a cover up for providing the poor workmanship in addition the lesser quality leaf guards. The contractor performed the work with an estimate and invoice under the name of GULF COAST SEAMLESS GUTTERS.
    - Patti B.
  • A
    Gutterhawk Inc
    Great. Folks showed up on time. The worked quickly. Charges seemed reasonable. When I called about a problem, someone was there the next day to cure it. I can't recall dates and amounts because I have been meaning to post this review for many months. It was sometime during the last quarter of 2016.
    - John N.
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