WHAT WE OFFER
Gutter Depot is your trusted home protection partner offering a wide range of products and services at competitive rates. From custom seamless rain gutters made of aluminum, stainless steel, and copper to sheet metal, drainage systems and rainwater harvesting tanks for residential and commercial purposes, we cater to the requirements of a wide pool of customers. We serve the community from residential home owners to a variety of general contractors and are ready to help you with your rain gutter needs.
We are licensed, bonded, and insured contractors who offer full warranty of labor and materials and ensure outstanding service by trained professionals.
Fabrication & Installation
Our seamless aluminum gutters are extruded on the job site using a portable machine. Each piece is continuous and cut to fit an exact length. We offer installation and custom fabrication of gutters in different sizes and colors, allowing you to choose the one that best suits the style and architecture of your building.
We install a variety of rain barrels under downspouts to reduce rainwater runoff on your property. It helps conserve water for future use while reducing pollution in the environment by preventing oil runoff from driveways or streets.
RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEMS
Gutter Depot provides residential and commercial installation of a wide variety of rain gutters and rainwater harvesting systems to help you conserve water and save money.
Rainwater harvesting tanks installation
New rain gutter installation and connection to harvesting tank
Modification of existing rain gutters to drain into harvesting tank
Integration of sprinkler system to harvesting tank
Using US based manufacturers so everything is Made in America
BENEFITS OF WATER HARVESTING
For every 1,000 square foot of roof in a 1 inch frame you can collect 600 gallons of water.
Our water harvesting systems aim to conserve rainwater for future consumption, given the limited water resources in the area, rapidly growing population, dry climate, and drought-prone conditions. Rainwater can be collected between 8 to 12 months of the year in the Los Angeles area.
Almost 80 percent of our water is imported from North Carolina and the Colorado River, with some of it traveling as long as 390 miles. The average residential water consumption is about 144 gallons per day, with irrigation accounting for up to 40 percent of overall usage.
In addition to that, water harvesting systems help control water pollution by reducing rain runoffs into rivers and streams. Runoffs from streets contain toxic metals like lead and copper, as well as other contaminants.