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Professional eavestrough installation Services in Toronto

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Protect your Toronto home with our eavestrough services

Your eavestroughs are your home’s best defense against costly water damage, so it’s important you take care of your eavestroughs and ensure they’re in full working order year-round.

CityPro helps you maintain the health of your home through eavestrough installation, repair, full-service cleaning, and inspections.

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Our Eavestrough Services

Eavestrough Installation in Toronto

Need new eavestroughs installed on your new build, renovation, or to replace faulty eavestroughs? We’re here to help. We’ll soon get to work on your home and have your new protective eavestroughs installed as soon as possible. Want your new eavestroughs to last even longer? We also supply and install Leaf Guards

How Do I Know If I Need New Eavestroughs Installed?

If your old eavestroughs are looking old, rusted, sagging in places, or leaking in numerous areas when it rains, there’s a good chance you need to get your eavestroughs replaced. The best way to know whether you need a new installation or just a repair, is to get an inspection done.

Was referred to them by my old window company. They did the work on time. Very professional & clean installation. The house looks 1009 times better with the new eavestroughs and downspouts. Would highly recommend!”

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Our team of experts has years of experience in eavestrough cleaning, repair, replacement, and installation. We have the skills and expertise to handle any type of eavestrough project, big or small.


At CityPro, we take pride in our workmanship and attention to detail. We use only the highest-quality materials and tools to ensure that your eavestroughs are working effectively and protecting your home.

Customer Satisfaction Guarantee

We are committed to providing excellent customer service and ensuring that our clients are completely satisfied with our work. If you’re not happy with our services, we’ll do everything we can to make it right.

Eavestrough Repair in Toronto

It’s often tempting to try and deal with a minor leak or problem alone, but eavestroughs are actually more difficult to fix than they look. You can rarely repair a problem with just one pair of hands, you have to climb up a ladder, and sometimes the problem isn’t immediately obvious. Rather than going through the frustration and potential danger of fixing the problem yourself, it’s much easier and safer to ask the professionals to help. We can repair the problem quickly so you can get on with the other things on your to-do list.

Eavestrough Cleaning in Toronto

We’re fully equipped to carry out all eavestrough cleaning services to ensure your home stays in top condition. We’ll remove all debris and flush the eavestroughs and downpipes to ensure full working order. It’s important to remember that blocked and faulty eavestroughs can cause your home more costly water damage, so getting your eavestroughs cleaned regularly is a must for every careful homeowner.

Eavestrough Inspection in Toronto

Not sure what the problem is with your eavestroughs? Not to worry, we offer full and honest inspections, so you know exactly what needs to be done to put the problem right. If all you need to do is replace a cracked section or have a downpipe cleaned, we’ll tell you. We’ll never try to upsell you on work you don’t need

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    Benefits of Regular Eavestrough Repair and Inspection

    Eavestroughs are designed to divert rainwater away from your home's foundation.

    If they are clogged or damaged, water can overflow, leading to basement flooding, foundation damage, and erosion.

    Properly functioning eavestroughs prevent rainwater from running down the sides of your house, which can cause damage to your siding and paint. This damage can be costly to repair.

    Excess water near your home can create a breeding ground for mold and mildew. Regular maintenance helps keep your home's exterior dry and reduces the risk of these issues.
    Eavestroughs that direct water away from the foundation also help protect your landscaping. Without proper drainage, excessive water can damage plants, trees, and flower beds.
    In cold Toronto winters, clogged gutters can lead to ice dams. These ice dams can cause roof damage, leaks, and even structural problems. Regular maintenance can help prevent ice dams.
    Water that isn't properly managed by the eavestroughs can seep under your roof's shingles, leading to rot and structural damage. Regular inspection and maintenance can help extend the life of your roof.
    Well-maintained eavestroughs enhance the overall appearance of your Toronto home. Clean, properly functioning gutters add to your home's curb appeal.
    Clogged gutters can become a breeding ground for pests, including mosquitoes and insects. Regular cleaning and inspection can help reduce the risk of infestations.
    Damaged or sagging eavestroughs can pose safety risks to people and pets. Regular inspections help identify potential hazards and allow for timely repairs.
    Addressing eavestrough issues promptly through regular maintenance and repairs is often more cost-effective than dealing with extensive damage to your home's foundation, roof, or other structures.

    Our work and craftsmanship is backed by thousands of Toronto customers

    DebbieEavestroughs in Toronto

    They operated like a well-oiled machine and got the job done quickly and efficiently leaving a completely clean site behind them. The new black eavestroughs look great. When I look up, I can't believe it's my house.

    Jason RossToronto

    Their price was fair for the quality of work and their attention for the details that others might cut corners on to save time.


    They worked alongside our roofers and electrician making sure everything was prepared and done perfectly before they started the aluminum and siding work with zero issues. We requested some changes to certain things along the way and those were done without any hesitation.


    I'm not expert enough to properly judge materials etc. but the result seemed good to us, and they certainly went to an effort to make we were happy with their service - I guess that's why they have such a good rating.

    JohnSiding Project in Toronto

    Since I was renovating my home, several visits were required in dealing with the different stages of this project. They were always on time, extremely kind and experienced. I am very happy with their work, choices of materials and final product.

    DanielSoffits, eavestroughs and fascia project

    Dorian and his crew were recommended by a neighbour. Looking at their house, the quality of the workmanship was clear and my neighbour said it was a pleasure working with them. And now that my soffits, eavestroughs and fascia have all been replaced by CityPro, I can say the same.


    When I look up at my home I smile. Someone actually came along that respects his work and his client. Worth every bit of the cost.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are Eavestroughs?

    Eavestroughs are an essential component of your home’s roofing system, designed to collect and channel rainwater and melted snow away from your roof and foundation.

    Why do I need Eavestroughs?

    Eavestroughs help prevent water damage to your home’s roof, siding, and foundation by directing rainwater away from your home. Without them, water can accumulate around your foundation, leading to leaks, cracks, and other costly repairs.

    How do I know if my Eavestroughs need repairs or replacement?

    Look for signs of damage such as rust, cracks, holes, or sagging. If you notice water overflowing or pooling around your foundation, or if you see visible damage to your eavestroughs, it’s time to call CityPro for a professional inspection.

    How often should I clean my Eavestroughs?

    It’s recommended that you clean your eavestroughs at least twice a year to remove debris such as leaves, twigs, and dirt that can clog the system and cause water damage. However, if you have overhanging trees or other factors that contribute to more debris buildup, you may need more frequent cleaning.

    Can CityPro help with Eavestrough installation and repair?

    Yes, CityPro specializes in Eavestrough installation, repair, and replacement services. Our team of experienced professionals can help ensure your home’s roofing system is functioning properly and protect your home from water damage.

    Are gutters the same as eavestroughs?

    Gutters and eavestroughs are two terms that are often used interchangeably to refer to the same thing. Both gutters and eavestroughs are components of a roofing system that are designed to collect and channel rainwater away from the roof and foundation of a building.

    However, in some regions or contexts, there may be slight differences in their definition and usage.

    Gutters are typically used to describe the horizontal channels that run along the edge of a roofline. They are often made of metal, vinyl, or other materials, and are attached to the roof’s fascia board. Gutters are usually shaped like a trough or a half-round pipe, and they collect rainwater as it runs off the roof. The collected water is then directed to downspouts, which carry it away from the building.

    On the other hand, eavestroughs are typically used to describe a similar component of a roofing system, but with a specific shape or design. Eavestroughs are typically rectangular or square in shape, and are usually made of metal or PVC. They are attached to the roofline and collect rainwater as it runs off the roof. The collected water is then directed to downspouts, which carry it away from the building.

    In summary, while there may be some regional or contextual differences in their definition and usage, gutters and eavestroughs are essentially the same thing: components of a roofing system that collect and channel rainwater away from the roof and foundation of a building.

    What are downspouts?

    Downspouts are vertical pipes that are used to channel water from the gutters of a building’s roof to the ground or a drainage system. They are typically made of metal, PVC, or another durable material, and can be round or rectangular in shape.

    Why are downspouts important?

    The importance of downspouts lies in their role in protecting the building’s foundation, walls, and landscape from water damage. Without downspouts, rainwater that falls on the roof would simply cascade down the sides of the building, leading to soil erosion, foundation damage, and potential flooding in basements and crawl spaces.

    How do I schedule a consultation with CityPro?

    Contact us today to schedule a consultation for your Eavestrough needs. Our team of experts will assess your roofing system and provide you with a customized solution to fit your needs and budget.

    Book your free inspection today