Gutters, Fascia &
At Ware Painting Roofs, we pride ourselves on our quality workmanship, friendly service and attention to detail. That’s why we offer to paint your gutters, fascias and downpipes when performing other roofing services. Painting them adds a cohesive look to your roof and gives it a completed appearance.
You’d be surprised how noticeable not painting the gutters is when compared to a freshly painted roof. The extra cost is minimal, and the service doesn’t add much time to the overall project. It’s a detail you don’t want to overlook.
If you’re unsure about what colour to choose, our friendly team is happy to help you select a colour that will complement your home’s exterior. They can also consult with you about colour options for garages and exterior walls.
We use only quality paints and sealers specially formulated to withstand the demands of Gold Coast weather.
Expert Gutter Painting on the Gold Coast
Ware Painting Roofs has two decades of experience in painting roofs and guttering, and we’ve only refined our processes in this time. All our team members live on the Gold Coast, so they know exactly what Queensland homes need to shine at their brightest. All of our staff have the necessary training to ensure your gutters are painted to a high standard.
Your gutters take a lot of punishment, most of which you might not realise is happening until it’s too late – they have to withstand dirt, debris and extreme weather conditions. This means your pipes, fascias and more will lose their lustre without a strong finish. We know how to care for your gutters and make sure they get a fresh coat that lasts no matter what your home contends with.
Benefits of Having Your Gutters, Fascia & Downpipes Painted
By getting us to paint your gutters, you can revitalise your home and make sure the outside is just as homely as the inside. This is especially important if you’re planning on selling the property, as a well-presented home is likely to attract more interested buyers. You can also use special rust paint that improves the durability of your gutters.
Whether your gutter or downpipes are plastic or metal, they will benefit from high-quality paint. If you paint them the same colour as your roof, then everything will blend together, ensuring that your pipes don’t stick out or seem unsightly.
Getting The Right Type of Gutter Paint
The first question most people ask when they want to paint any part of their property is, what type of paint works best? In terms of colour, we offer a wide variety of shades to help make sure the finish you pick blends perfectly with your home, as we know the importance of style.
A cohesive appearance is important, so you can be sure we have the colour you need. On top of this, there is again the option for rust paint to protect gutters from corrosion. At Ware Painting Roofs, we always apply multiple coats for maximum strength, as it’s essential you have a finish that can hold up against the elements and time itself.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does painting my gutters and downpipes add value to my home?
While painting your gutters, fascia, and downpipes won’t necessarily add appraisal value to your home, doing it does add a cohesive look. It’s these details which say you care for your home and its appearance.
How long will the paint last?
With the proper primer, pigment and sealer, you can expect your newly painted gutters, fascias, and downpipes to remain looking like new for up to ten years.
Do gutters and downpipes need to be removed to paint?
Not at all. We can paint your gutters and downpipes while they’re still attached to the house.
Is painting gutters a good idea?
Painting your gutters might seem like a small detail, but the results are worth it. Not only do they make your home more attractive, but your gutters will be stronger too, saving you money on costly replacements further down the line.
Do my gutters need to be replaced or repainted?
Painting can increase the natural durability of your pipes; a good coating can do a lot to help the gutters recover from their natural wear and tear. Some see peeling paint and immediately consider replacing the pipes entirely, but sometimes you just need a fresh finish with a strong sealer.