Every home, business and property is different, so it’s difficult to pinpoint one universal solution… but below you’ll find a couple common tips that may help: Secure your gutters. Over time, gutters can “loosen up” from the weight of water and wet debris. This causes them to sag or pitch forward, creating low spots. Re-securing your gutters and readjusting the pitch can restore performance without replacement. Install splash guards, strainers or diverters. Some areas of your roof accumulate more water than others, creating sheets of downpour at spots your gutters can’t handle. Areas where two roof sections meet each other, and where one roof section is above another, are common problem-starters for gutters. To resolve this, you may be able to install splash guards, diverters or strainers to prevent clogs, redistribute water and ensure proper gutter function.