Have a look at the shape of your EAVES TROUGHS. Do they look rough and damaged? It may be a turn off to potential buyers. I always say, the first impression is pretty important. If you feel your eaves troughs look bad and they are detrimental to the overall aspect of the property, we can help.
We are licensed in Edmonton.
Ps: If they leak, you surely want to talk to us...
Pss: If you see the greeen truck with "antlers", please honk 3 times.