Box Gutters

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The Box Gutter profile is designed for use in commercial and light industrial applications. The large 7" or 8” trough is capable of handling high volumes of water. A box gutter does not hang onto the edge of a roof. A box gutter is actually built into the bottom of the roof or into the roof over-hang. This profile can be found in up to a .040" thick painted aluminum or 24 gauge painted steel in long unbroken lengths.

 

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In the 1960’s, seamless aluminum...

In the 1960’s, seamless aluminum gutters were invented. A machine was developed that holds a roll of aluminum, called gutter coil, at one end, and extrudes a formed gutter at the other end, that can be cut to fit the home, on-site.

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.