Aluminum gutters come in a variety of colors. They are low-maintenance gutters that rinse off easily with soap and water. They are lightweight and have seamless runs so do not have joints that may leak. They are durable and hold up under adverse weather conditions.
Seamless K-Style 6 Inch Gutters
6-inch gutters can handle almost 50% more water than 5-inch gutters. They come with a larger outlet and are less likely to get clogged. They cover most of your fascia board which decreases the likelihood of wood rot. 6" gutters also add a strong and more robust look to the aesthetics of your home, thus increasing your home's value.CONTACT US
Half Round Gutters
Half-round gutters resemble a tube that has been cut in half. These gutters have a symmetrical U-shape that complements older, historic homes. However, the rounded shape can also be a good match for modern homes that are designed to be less angular than the norm. The inside of a half-round gutter is smooth, thus improving durability, preventing the metal from corroding over time and is very effective at washing debris out of the gutters.CONTACT US
Copper has a unique beauty, but the beautiful shine will eventually give way to a greenish patina. Many homeowners feel that weather-worn copper contributes to an old-world appearance. It is usually used in older homes with finer architectural details, in high-end homes or for specialty needs. And though copper is extremely durable, never needs painting, won’t rust or warp, is unfazed by any weather condition, it’s also the most expensive type of rain gutter. Copper rain gutters can last up to 100 years if properly installed.
Box gutters are found primarily on older homes and structures that were built in the late 1800s until the early 1900s. If you want to renovate your historic home or building to its former glory, box gutters may be the best option. They are also seen on commercial buildings because they are larger and work well on flat and parapet roofs.