Ask about seamless gutters! Seamless gutters are relatively new, and may be a good choice for your home or structure. What's the difference you ask?
Where traditional gutters consist of a number of 10, 12, or 15 foot gutter sections, seamless gutters are actually much longer. Like 60-100 feet long. They are a single piece of gutter (rather than several connected sections) and are made on the spot where they will be installed - usually by machines mounted in the back of trucks or vans.
These long, single pieces have a few advantages. They are produced from metals or aluminum, and are typically stronger than plastic or other type materials.
They also minimize the chances of leaks, because they require far fewer joints and connections with adjoining pieces (and this is typically where leaks occur).
Additionally, seamless gutters further reduce the chances of items, leaves, debris, and plants becoming lodged inside, because there are no seams, gaps, or connections for these items to get caught on. Just a single, long trough for water to run out of.
These gutters are mounted similarly to regular gutters, but just use less pieces.
Ask our team if seamless gutters may be a good idea for your structure, and we'll be happy to assess during a call with you, or visit to your property.