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Question DetailsAsked on 5/16/2014

How much does it cost to install new rain gutters?

I rent a house that needs new rain gutters! My renter wants my husband to put them up but he does not have time. How much would it cost to have someone come in to install them up? Will it cost an arm and a leg? We also have two big cater trees that are close to the house. Would it be a good idea to chop them down before installing new gutters?

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Most contractors will not take arms or legs as payments. ok puns aside, all these questions on each and ever topic ( there are hundreds or them) all get one simple answer. Call two or three local contractors, specific to the field in topic and get an estimate. In most all cases where these types of questions arise ( they all start off with how much? ) ther are to many factors that can effect prices. In this case, what type of gutter is it a commercial, flanged traditional, wide mouth, do you need spikes or straps, what about height difficulty, do you want seamless? colors? to you want screens, gutter gaurds,or other types of leaf deflections? average labor costs varie in different parts of the country too.

Answered 5 years ago by the new window man

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Ballpark numbers for routine gutters, nothing fancy - figure about $5-8/LF, and $4-6/LF downspouts installed, for a whole-house job. You can do vinyl gutters (Raingo type) yourself for about $2-3/LF parts - took me about 4-5 hours to do 100LF of gutter and 4 2-story downspouts when I did mine about 30 years ago. Zero repairs needed since then except where I hit a few brackets with ladder oer the years and broke them.

IF you are going to take the trees down or do major trimming, certainly do that first - so if there is gutter damage, no loss.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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