Monday, November 28, 2011

Glorious Gutters

Our wonderfully white, seamless gutters and downspouts were installed on our house last week.  I know I'm a bit late posting about them, but I kept forgetting to take pictures while it was light out {stupid sun setting at four something in the afternoon!!!}

Just to remind you...this is what our old gutters and downspouts used to look like.  I know they're tough to find because they blend so well with the house color and dense plant life, but I swear, they are all their ugly glory.

And now for the pretty, new results.  Sooooo much better!

And yes, the rotten corners of the fascia are going to be replaced...I'm just not sure when our contractor plans to get around to it.  Hopefully before this amazing mild weather takes a turn for the worse!


  1. Wow! Your house is looking so much cleaner than it was before. I love the colour of the shutters.

  2. I think these are the 1st pictures I've seen of the outside. Your house is super duper cute! I can see why you chose such a large renovation, that outside is totally worth it!

  3. Thanks so much Brandi! You should take a look at two of my first posts from September..."Welcome to the Jungle" and "Don't Judge a Book by It's Cover". That shows our casa from the very beginning! :)

  4. By the looks of your old gutter, replacing it is the right thing to do. And choosing seamless gutters as a replacement is a good decision, because it only require a minimal maintenance. And in terms of durability and protection against erosion, it is very strong.

    Tami Garcia @ Affordable Seamless Gutters

  5. Replacing it was a good decision, as it looks much better now. And it matches your house’s exterior, to boot! Anyway, how are things? I hope you haven’t had any troubles with the gutter, and that you are able to clean it every once in a while, in order to avoid clogs and debris buildup. Thanks for sharing this with us. All the best!

    Meghan Bowers @ Gutter Dome