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Gutter Types



LeafGuard Gutters (Specialty Seamless Gutter)

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LeafGuard Brand gutter is the only seamless one-piece gutter system, with a built-in hood that covers the gutter bottom and deflects leaves and other debris. The hood is not an add-on, but an integral part of the gutter itself. LeafGuard’s patented design allows rainwater to travel down and around its curved hood and into the gutter, while deflecting leaves and debris.

 

RainPro Gutters (Specialty Seamless Gutter)

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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 downspout increase water flow capacity. All RainPro gutters are manufactured from heavier gauge aluminum for added strength.

 

Copper Gutters

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Copper gutters are durable, long lasting, and are usually reserved for classic restorations. Expect to pay 3 times more for copper, depending on the style and weight. Copper comes in various weights, 16 oz., 18 oz., and higher. Professional installers are recommended as joints and seams must be soldered. Copper will patina with age and will vary in color from light green to a brownish green depending upon climate.

 

Steel Gutters

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There are various types of steel gutters that are sold. Cost and longevity are some major concerns with them. Galvanized steel is a commonly used product and there are higher grades of steel such as Galvalume and stainless steel. Steel gutters are strong but heavy to work with if you are installing yourself. Steel gutters also come painted.

 

Half Round Gutters with round downspouts

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Half Round Gutters are found on many turn of the century era homes. They come in all metals including copper and also in plastic. Half round gutters can also be seamless, made on the job site. Common sizes are 5 inch and 6 inch.

 
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Facts

Copper gutters may last...

Copper gutters may last 50 yrs, and galvanized steel gutters 20 years or less.

FAQ's

Q. Can I paint my gutters?

A. Yes, but it is not recommended, for it will void any paint finish warrantees, and will shorten the life of the gutters as paint will more easily peel and chip away from the aluminum.

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