A gutter leader/conductor head can either make or break the image of your home. The correct one can increase curb appeal, blend with the existing façade and further boost your home’s overall aesthetics. The wrong one, on the other hand, can make your home stick out like a sore thumb. But they have many practical uses.
Water Damage Prevention
A leader/conductor head directs water flow away from the roof straight to the drainage system. As a result, you end up saving on plumbing and building maintenance. A well-designed leader head presents orderliness and prevents streaks caused by leaking joints.
Leader heads complement the overall home design. It’s quite easy to see the mismatch between a well-designed house and a PVC or aluminum leader head. A variety of leader heads are available that match traditional as well as contemporary architecture.
Additional Curb Appeal
Leader heads are often used as architectural features on a building. Conductor heads, also known as collector boxes, and scupper boxes add curb appeal to any home. They are the finishing touch to a well-installed gutter system.
Aside from enhancing curb appeal and complementing your copper gutters, they will also enhance the ornamental look of all roof installations, including church roof installation, and allow water to flow quicker and quieter by incorporating a vacuum break. Furthermore, they can be part of a rainwater harvesting system.
Add a well-designed conductor head as the final piece of your roofing system. Besides commercial and residential roofing services, Treadlite Roofing also delivers gutter and downspout replacement. You can turn to us for premier roofing services in Raeford, NC. Call us today at (910) 758-2044.