Integral Gutters

Integral Integral Integral


The integral gutter was a popular gutter style in the 1960's. The gutter is inserted between the end of the rafters and the fascia on a sloped roof. It is lined with roofing material and can hold more water than most of the other types of gutters. However, the potential for leaks is very great. These gutters need to be carefully inspected every few years and the lining replaced or repaired every five to ten years. Replacing this system with seamless aluminum gutters is the best solution, but is only possible at the time of re-roofing.

 

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Facts

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.

FAQ's

Q. What thickness of gutter should I get

A. The standard is .027 or .032. However in snow regions the heavier gauge is recommended to provide greater durability and strength.  If you are installing copper, a 5-ounce copper is recommended