(724) 941-8219

Family Owned and Operated Roofing Company

Professional Roofing Since 2002 


(724) 941-8219


Serving Allegheny and Washington Counties Since 2002
Family Owned and Operated
No Subcontracting Here

Questions and Answers About Gutters

No roof should be without an accompanying gutter to divert rainwater from the home. It takes two of them to make a fully functional roofing system. Being the area’s most notable source of gutters, we receive a lot of inquiries about the systems we provide and our relevant services.

Here the answers to all your top questions.

What are your gutters made of?

We install only one type of gutter, and that’s seamless aluminum gutter systems. It’s because aluminum is an affordable material that, unlike steel, will not rust. Dependability is aluminum’s best trait, so you won’t have to worry about it failing when you need it most or deterioration over time.

Should I decide to replace my gutters, will you remove my old ones?

Yes. We go the extra mile and will remove your old gutters for you. Note that the removal process will be included in your service charge.

Is there a warranty for your installation?

Definitely. We include a full 25-year workmanship warranty on all our installations. As a premier roofing contractor, we believe in the quality of our products and services and we stand by them.

How long will the installation process last?

Not long. In fact, the average gutter installation process generally takes only a few hours. However, it should be noted that large, complex houses can take as long as a day or two to accomplish.

Can we depend on you?

Yes. We are a family-owned and -operated business operating in the area since 2002. We handle our projects with care because we not only believe in professional, full-value service but also because we are your neighbors.


Knox’s Construction is the company that provides dependable roofing, gutter, and siding replacement.

Call us at (724) 941-8219 for a free estimate.

We serve both commercial businesses and homeowners all across Western  and Southern Pennsylvania.