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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.


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.