So remember way, way back over a year ago (don't bother looking for the post; I found it for you...sixteen months back...) when I mentioned that the winter of 2010/2011 was rough on our gutters and that we'd have to replace them? Well, we interviewed folks. We asked our friends and neighbors. We thought about, prayed about, forgot about it (except for every time it rained...then we remembered again). Then, this spring (after spending all that money we'd saved on the refi and new cars), we decided to spring for covering the wood trim on the house in vinyl. So we went back to saving money for a few months. Earlier this summer, I got brave and started looking for a new gutter company. Thanks to Angie's List, I found a guy from Frankfort who had great reviews. I went out on a limb and called to see if he serviced Lexington. The good news? He was willing to!
So long story shorter, we got a quote right before the company owner went on vacation, then once he got back it took a couple weeks to work us into the schedule. Much to my surprise, he showed up yesterday morning (bright and early!) with a crew of four guys to tackle our job. It took them less than one day to remove the old gutters (actually, that part alone took less then five minutes...the front gutters basically fell off when they tugged...), replace a rotten bit of fascia, fabricate and install trim, soffit, fascia and gutters, and to install leaf guards on those gutters. And the best part? My Frankfort contractor cost us half what a Lexington contractor quoted us for the same work.
So without further ado:
The new color is called "sierra" and I asked for a sample so that we can get some exterior paint color-matched. Those windows pop in a horrible way now! Needless to say, I'm pleased!