Homeowners often ask us: What project should I do first? In our professional opinion, we suggest that you first make your roof. Then, the lining and windows below. And save the gutters for last. The reason for this is simple.
Neglecting the roof can cause tremendous damage to the house. The simple answer is that if you are replacing both, you should start with the coating. This is because the two are attached to each other, and if you first replaced the gutter, you'll need to remove the new gutter and then replace the liner. Ultimately, if you can replace both at about the same time, this is the easiest solution.
The reality is that both are potentially hazardous jobs involving work at height, and it would be typical to use a contractor who can carry out a meticulously planned gutter installation. First roof so as not to damage the new coating. The cladding, the ceiling and the band are as follows because the new metal band is installed behind the gutter. We've been lucky enough to do a few like that this year.
First we roofed, at which point we replaced all the covers. The same sequence as when you build a new one. Before installing the gutters, you must first place the fascia plate, followed by the ceiling. Once those two components are properly placed, you can start installing the gutter.
The gutter is the system by which rainwater is allowed to flow out of your home safely, without damaging the property. Therefore, be sure to include in your contract that if any damage occurs to the gutters while they are operating, that company is responsible. I suspect that the contractor who told me to fix the gutters before coating probably wanted those dollars instead of giving them to the coating company. It's critical that your gutter contractor installs them properly and ensures that all parts are in working order.
Whether you decide to install seamless gutters or sectional gutters, doing so is a significant investment in your home. Like all components of a home, neither the siding nor the gutters will last forever, and the elements will affect both. Instead of spending money to have a gutter company install, uninstall, and then reinstall your system, hire the roofing and siding company first. Failure to replace damaged fascia plates before installing the gutters could result in costly repairs in the future.
When tackling a gutter replacement project, make sure the ceiling and the fascia are in good condition and, if not, replace them before installing the new gutter system. All you have to do is have your roofer put on the gutter apron (flashing) before leaving the ice and water shield. While inefficient windows and cladding usually don't cause any immediate damage to the home, it makes sense to do so before gutters.