Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Old Means Mold!

If it’s not SnapLock™, It’s Not Permanent
Traditional rain gutters have changed little during the past 100 years. Today, their designs employ spikes, screws, or nails for attachment to your home, just as they did at the turn of the century when Teddy Roosevelt was President. And while this outmoded gutter technology offers satisfactory benefits in the short-term, results over many seasons remain the same: Structural failure because of rot, mold and gutter separation.

The SnapLock™ Gutter System...
Water Run-Off Management Evolved
The SnapLock™ Gutter System eliminates failures due to water damage typically associated with conventional gutter installations. SnapLock’s™ innovative “No-hole” technology uses no spikes or nails for attachment to your roofline. There is not need to penetrate the front or back of the gutter. The result is a watertight mating of the gutter at the edge of your roof – a seal that prevents seepage, rust, rot and mold. Further, because the integrity of your gutter channel is not riddled with holes, the SnapLock™ Gutter System dramatically outlasts traditional rain gutters while protecting your home against the hazards associated with bacterial mold and fungus.

If your home is ready for more than merely “conventional and temporary”, you’ll appreciate the structurally sound and techno-logically advanced SnapLock™ Gutter System.

1 comment:

sampsoncorp said...

Nice design! It looks like the perfect system to handle expansion and contraction issues in a long gutter.