Many people have questions as to what goes on when we replace a homeowner’s gutters.  Rest assured, DFW Roofing makes it simple, quick, and easy.  Although we offer some answers in our FAQs below, we also feel as though a visual walk-through of our gutters replacement repair procedure could help you as well. And like they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words”!

That is why we sit down and show you what to expect.  This makes your experience smooth and predictable as our roofing repair and installation teams handle the tasks at hand.   View our gallery above to view some of fine homes we’ve completed over the years.


Replacing gutters can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help. We know that you have a lot of questions. This page contains many Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding gutter replacement. Hopefully it will help you address some of your more common questions. If your questions are not completely addressed here, contact our office at (888) 530-7663. A member of our sales team will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.

Gutters clogged with everything from leaves to twigs can cause expensive and dangerous home repair nightmares. Rainwater washing over your gutters can accumulate in pools around walls and foundations. This can result in leaky and cracked foundations or flooded basements. No Worry Gutters prevent leaves, twigs, acorns, or other debris from collecting in your gutters allowing the water to run smoothly through the gutter and away from your home. No Worry Gutters also keep water from seeping down your home’s exterior and in winter they help prevent ice buildups on roofs.

  1. Clogged or leaky gutters are one of the biggest causes of basement leaks, mold and other foundation problems. Also, standing water in gutters is one of the common places mosquitoes breed.
  2. Old worn-out gutters are unappealing and reduce the value of your property.
  3. Your old gutters may have become bent or dented or may be pulling away from your home in a manner that they cannot be reattached or reworked.
  4. Your old seamed gutters may have begun to pull apart or have leaks and you would like to replace them.
  5. You want to change the color of your gutters.
  6. The drainage of your current guttering is not sufficient so you want to install a larger size gutter and downspout system. Most homes and commercial properties have 5 inch gutters with 2×3 downspouts, but we can install 6 inch gutters with 3×4 downspouts when necessary.


If during a rainfall, you can hear the water slapping the ground, pouring over the sides of the gutter, there may be a blockage or the gutter itself may not be aligned evenly. If you notice paint peeling or corroded wood, the gutter is most likely clogged and is causing the water to overflow and run down the back of gutter along the exterior walls of the house. If you notice mold or if you see puddles of water forming around the outside of your house it’s a sure sign that there are drainage problems.

All gutters are either sectional or seamless. They come in various materials, sizes and colors. Request a free consultation today to learn more about our product and service offerings.

Yes. Most gutters come in several shapes and sizes called profiles. These include U-shape as well as K-shape configurations. In K-shape configurations the ogee-shaped front looks like the letter K allowing the system to have more of a crown molding look rather than a boxy appearance. No Worry Gutters are done in both 5″ and 6″ K-shaped style gutter system.   Request a free consultation today to learn more about our product and service offerings.

Your conventional gutter was designed to be cleaned regularly. Even the best add-on gutter covers often compromise the integrity of the roof. At best they allow longer periods between cleanings, and when cleaning is necessary, they must often be uninstalled to give access to the trough. In the long run, your best bet is to choose a maintenance-free gutter system like No Worry Gutters.

Limited lifetime warranty means that your product will be free of defects for the life of the product. This does not mean the product will last your lifetime. If you move or sell your house, the gutter warranty will no longer be applicable to the new home owners.


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