When your gutters aren’t working correctly, the water has to go somewhere, and this is generally down the side of the brickwork. Constant running water down the side of your home could cause moisture damage. You may notice mould in places close to the guttering system and it may even seep inside your home to cause long-term dampness. Even outside colder months, the summer can put some extreme pressure on the guttering system. The heat can cause the guttering to warp, meaning it’s up to the job and may spill water. Consider having the gutters looked at by a professional service to ensure they stay in full working order. A full gutter replacement can be costly, so ensuring you have had them inspected twice a year will avoid any stress or potentially some heavy costs later on.