Most people don’t notice their gutters until they aren’t working, however, they are essential to your home by preventing wet basements, foundation issues, and landscaping damage. Today’s gutter systems come in a wide variety of colors, styles, and sizes that add value and beauty to your home. Whether your gutters are leaking at the seams, overflowing, or seem to have settled incorrectly, we can help you.
All of our gutter systems are custom designed to your needs in an effort to eliminate all future problems when properly maintained. Each section of gutter is measured and run out on site to ensure a perfect fit for every part of your home. For lifetime, worry free gutters, we use the thickest aluminum, and the best-hidden hangers on the market to stand up to tough winters and strong storms. Click here to view HangFast gutter hanger.
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Sizes and Styles of Gutters
All of our gutter systems our seamless and can be run anywhere from a few inches to over 100 feet.
We offer both the standard 5” K style gutter and the larger 6” K style gutter for larger homes, steep roofs, and problem areas. See below to find which might be right for your home.
Standard 5” K Style Gutters
The 5” K-style gutter is the most common size and style that you see on homes and might also be referred to as an ogee style. They are the residential industry’s standard, with a water collection opening of 4.25” and can hold 2 ½ quarts of water per foot. The standard downspout size for this application is the 2×3, however, we can also add larger 3×4 downspouts to the standard 5” gutter.
Larger 6” K Style Gutters
The 6” K-style gutter is an excellent option for problem areas such as steep valleys, roofs, or long runs of gutter without adequate downspouts. These can be installed on any home from ranch style to micro-mansion without affecting the look of the home. One foot of 6″ K-Style gutter holds 2.0 gallons of water and will prevent damage from heavy rainfalls and large amounts of snow. The standard downspout for the 6” gutters is a 3×4 downspout which allows for water to move away from the home at a much faster rate preventing erosion and foundation damage.
Other Styles of Gutters
Vinyl/PVC gutters – usually installed by the do it yourselfer, but can lead to leaks in various areas as well as cracking in the vinyl
Half Round Gutters – Usually found on historic buildings and are usually galvanized steel or copper
Box Gutters – Larger box style gutters are available for commercial applications