Installing Gutters

Professional gutter installers can easily handle the more complex rooflines of some homes.

The pitch of your roof, the number of cut-outs you have, (gables, dormers, and perpendicular roof lines), and the type of material covering your roof, all affect the selection of gutters for your home. An experienced do-it-yourselfer may be able to install gutters and slope them correctly to downspouts when they are going on a ranch style house with two or three straight runs of guttering.

However, it is wise to consult a contractor if your house roofline is more complex, or if you have tiles or shakes covering your roof. Also, only a contractor can install seamless gutters, not sectional gutters pieces which are vulnerable to leaking at the seams.


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The RainPro Design Series...

The RainPro Design Series seamless gutter system has the capacity of a 6” gutter, and a design that makes it look like a 5” gutter. Compared to standard gutters, RainPro’s wider gutter bottom and larger downspot, increase water flow capacity.


Q. I have a metal roof, what kind of gutter should I use.

A. That depends on the slope of the roof, and the type of fascia. We recommend discussing this with your roofing or gutter installer.