Modern Renovations


Eavestroughs & Downspouts

Eavestrough (also known commonly as gutters) run along the eaves edge of your house, collecting water from the roof and moving the water away from your foundation via the downspouts. This helps get the water moving away from your house and prevents water pooling in unwanted areas on your property.

Our company uses a 5” continuous eavestrough that is measured onsite to make sure it is the right size for your project. End caps and corners are assembled and caulked to ensure they don’t leak. Continuous eavestrough is seamless, lower maintenance and less likely to leak when compared to a traditional gutter system.


We recommend inspecting your eavestrough twice per year for debris as it is a common place for leaves and dirt to build up which can impact its effectiveness. Downspouts should also be checked periodically as they will wear overtime.  Some homes are more likely to have debris build up in their eavestrough due to tall
deciduous trees nearby. In these cases, it may be beneficial to install a gutter guard with your eavestrough. Gutter guards sit at the top of the trough and have holes to allow water to flow into the
gutter while keeping debris out.

Alurex is the industry leader in gutter protection!

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