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Gutter Downspout

Bix Basement Systems offers gutter downspout extensions for homeowners in the Peoria, IL, Bloomington, IL, Quincy, IL, Fort Madison, IA, Hannibal, MO, and surrounding areas. These extensions can easily be attached to the ends of your existing downspouts, directing water far out and away from the foundation of your home. After the gutter downspout installation is completed, you won't need to worry about having water pooling up around the foundation of your home causing water seepage into your basement over the foundation wall and through wall cracks in the foundation.

The downspout extension will be directed to a camouflaged pipe which can easily be taken apart for cleaning and maintenance. This downspout extension is also specially-designed to remain clog-free from leaves, pine needles and mud. We can't do anything about the neighbor's soccer ball though.

Extensions can typically be installed in 15-30 minutes. Talk about convenience!

Contact us today to schedule your appointment! We offer gutter downspout extensions in: Peoria, IL, Bloomington, IL, Quincy, IL, Fort Madison, IA, and Hannibal, MO.

Average rating for Bix Basement Systems is 4.92 stars of 5 stars - based on 149 reviews
5
Basement Waterproofing in Camp Point, IL
Very pleased with the work, thought the outside work was going out to the ditch instead of about 18 feet from the house. Waiting for a wet season to confirm it works as it is suppose to. Overall very happy with everyone we encountered with the company.
5
Basement Waterproofing in La Plata, MO
They showed up on time every day and went right to work. Showed me everything they did and explained how the basement waterproofing system works. Very polite gentlemen.
5
Basement Waterproofing in Burlington, IA
It so happened that it rained significantly the second day the basement waterproofing crew was working. Normally we would have had water in the basement (that would take 5-7 days to dry up), but instead we heard the sump pump kick in and of course, the basement was (and is) dry! YEAH! Thank you so ...