CR Gutters, Inc


There are several styles, CR Gutters, Inc has one of the largest selections of continuous rain gutters in our area.

We offer 2×3 corrugated, 3×4 or 4×6 corrugated, smooth 2×3 and 3×4, 3” round and 4” round.

If you have larger roof area, tile roof, or metal roofs we suggest 6” Wide Bottom, 6” Kline Gutters or 6” Box. These gutters have a larger opening at the mouth and are deeper to handle more rain water run off or overshooting on steep sloped roofs. The Wide Bottom Fascia gutters or 6” Box gutters have a more modern flat face and are aesthetically pleasing on more contemporary homes. The 6” Kline is a more traditional gutter and is very versatile and holds a lot of water along with the other 6” products. CR Gutters is among a handful of gutter companies in the area that actually own this continuous gutter machine and can manufacture these gutters on site to custom lengths with hand crafted custom miters. Most other companies need to purchase these in sections to install new gutters on your home which leaves seams to leak and pre manufactured corners.

We have 19 custom colors at no extra charge!

CR Gutters, Inc. has been family owned and operated for over 41 years! We use only the best products on the market. We also are the only gutter company that offers an 8 Year warranty on our installation. Our superior installation products and process include the following

Hidden Hangers and screws for a more secure attachment, Spike will loosen over time and have to be installed thru the face of the gutter. Ours are hidden so you don’t see the attachment.
Vulkum sealer which is flexible and will contract and expand with your gutters to lessen the probability of leaks in the future.
Custom hand crafted corners on site, not premanufactured pieces.
Screws instead of nails into your siding for our downspout attachments.
Reward programs for our employees for customer service over and above
Baked on Enamel finish gutters.
No extra charge for any of our stock colors.
8 year installation warranty.

This is a questions we get asked all the time by homeowners!  Yes it does help but we don’t tell people it’s a no clean solution like most companies do.  We have found that being honest with our customers and providing them with the knowledge of how gutter guards actually work they will be informed to make the decision that works best for them

The facts!

  • Debris will collect on top of your gutter guards, dry up and blow off.
  • Cleaning the top of the gutter guards should be done yearly when you blow your roof off you should blow off these gutter guards also.
  • It is easier to blow off the guards and in some cases can even be done from the ground.
  • Cleaning out the gutters is much harder that blowing off the gutter guard.  It is not just the gutters that need to be scoped out, the downspouts will get clogged at the elbow and in the pipe.  This can also create problems in your underground drain system.
  • In our opinion there is no gutter guard out there that will be able to make claims that their product is perfect and if you have to clean your gutters we will come out for free.  I have heard multiple times about these companies making these claims then never showing up.

No product is perfect in this state but we definitely believe it helps cut your maintenance by 80% and it is worth it.

If you compare new gutters to paint, roofing, siding, and windows gutters are by far the least expensive maintenance you can do to your home.


Why is it important to keep my gutters free of debris?

If the gutter is full of debris it will weigh down the gutters and possibly pull screws and hanger devices from your structure. Debris sitting in gutters deteriorate sealer and joints causing leaks, downspout holes become clogged it can cause your gutter to fill up with water over flow and in severe cases cause the gutter to loosen or fall of the home.

How often should you have your system cleaned and inspected?

It is important to have your system cleaned and inspected at least once a year after all the leaves have fallen off the trees.

What is the average cost to have your gutters cleaned?

The cost varies depending on how long it has been since your gutters have been cleaned and how many linear feet of gutter you have. A one story home costs approximately $250.00 on average. (Current as of June 2019 – check with your estimator at time of quote for more details.)

Business Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8 am to 4 pm
Phone Number:
(602) 671-3476
Mailing Address:
CR Gutters, Inc.
1826 W Broadway Rd #15
Mesa, AZ 85202

Cleaning and Maintenance

Regular Cleaning: Clean your gutters at least twice a year, typically in the spring and fall, to remove leaves, debris, and dirt that can cause clogs.

Inspect and Repair: Regularly inspect gutters for any signs of damage, such as cracks, holes, or loose connections. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

Clear Downspouts: Ensure downspouts are clear of debris to allow proper water flow. Use a plumber’s snake or water pressure to remove blockages.

Install Gutter Guards: Consider installing gutter guards to prevent leaves and debris from clogging your gutters. This reduces the need for frequent cleaning.

Trim Overhanging Trees: Trim branches and foliage near your roof to minimize the amount of debris that falls into the gutters.

Check RoofFlashing: Inspect the flashing around your roof for signs of damage or leaks, as faulty flashing can lead to water seeping into the gutters.

Maintain Proper Slope: Ensure your gutters have a slight slope towards the downspouts to allow water to flow freely and avoid water pooling.

Secure Hangers and Brackets: Check gutter hangers and brackets to ensure they are securely fastened to the fascia board.

Seal Leaks: Repair any leaks or holes in the gutters using a waterproof sealant.

Direct Water Away: Ensure downspouts direct water away from the foundation of your home to prevent water damage.

Troubleshooting Gutter Issues

Clogging due to Leaves and Debris:

Problem: Homeowners may notice water overflowing from the gutters during rainfall. They might see leaves, twigs, and debris spilling over the edges and accumulating on the roof or near the foundation.

Solution: Regularly clean gutters, install gutter guards, or consider a leaf blower attachment to remove debris.

Sagging Gutters:

Problem:  Gutters may appear visibly bowed or drooping, sagging away from the roofline. Homeowners might also notice water pooling in certain areas, indicating improper water flow.

Solution: Realign or replace damaged hangers and ensure proper support for the gutters.

Gutter Leaks:       

Problem: Water stains or drips may be visible on the exterior walls, or homeowners might notice water seeping through the seams or joints of the gutters during rain.

Solution: Seal leaks using a waterproof sealant or patch kit designed for gutters.

Improper Slope:

Problem: The gutters might look uneven or slanted in certain sections, causing water to pool and not flow towards the downspouts.

Solution: Adjust gutter slope to ensure proper water flow towards the downspouts.

Overflowing Gutters:

Problem:  heavy rain, water might spill over the sides of the gutters, cascading down the walls and potentially causing erosion or water damage around the foundation.

Solution: Clear clogs, ensure proper slope, and install larger downspouts if necessary.

Rust and Corrosion:

Problem:  Homeowners might notice orange or brownish patches on the gutters, indicating rust and corrosion. This can give the gutters an aged and worn appearance.

Solution: Sand the affected areas, apply rust-resistant primer, and paint with weather-resistant paint.

Loose Gutter Sections:

Problem: Sections of the gutters might appear separated from one another, or they may visibly move when touched due to loose hangers or fasteners.

Solution: Reattach using screws or replace damaged sections.

Gutter Pulling Away from Fascia Board:

Problem:  Homeowners may see gaps between the gutters and the fascia board, or the gutters may be pulling away from the roofline.

Solution: Install new hangers and fasteners or consider reinforcing with brackets.

Cracked Gutter Joints:

Problem:  Cracks or gaps in the gutter joints might be visible, especially near the corners or seams, allowing water to leak through.

Solution: Apply waterproof sealant or replace damaged sections.

Gutters Detached from Roofline:

Problem:  of the gutters might appear entirely detached from the roof, hanging loosely or swaying in the wind.

Solution: Reattach gutters securely to the roof using screws and hangers.

Water Pooling Around Foundation:

Problem:  might notice puddles or water accumulation near the foundation, potentially causing damage to the basement or crawl space.

Solution: Ensure downspouts direct water away from the house or consider installing splash blocks.

Gutter Pests and Nesting:

Problem: Homeowners may see pests, such as birds, insects, or rodents, nesting or infesting the gutters due to accumulated debris.

Solution: Install gutter guards or periodically inspect and clean gutters to prevent pest infestation.

Frozen Gutters and Ice Dams:

Problem:  During winter, homeowners might observe ice dams forming at the edge of the roof, causing icicles and potential damage to the gutters.

Solution: Install heating cables or roof de-icing systems to melt ice and snow.

Blocked Downspouts:

Problem:  Water might overflow or leak from the downspouts due to blockages, and visible debris may be seen at the openings.

Solution: Use a plumber’s snake or water pressure to clear downspouts of debris.

Inadequate Gutter Size:

Problem: Homeowners might notice that the gutters cannot handle the water flow during heavy rainfall, leading to overflow and potential water damage to the property.

Solution: Consider replacing gutters with larger ones to handle higher water volume.