Rain Gutters Contractor

Residential And Commercial Rain Gutters System
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Our Rain Gutter Servies

One place for all of your rain gutter need


Our team is highly skilled in the installation of new rain gutter systems of all types


Top Roofing Contractor specializing in repairing a sagging, cracked or leaking gutters


This service includes rain gutter, downspout and gutters brightening cleaning service

Do you Need Help Picking Rain Gutter?

We know that a good rain gutter system is essential to preventing water damage to your roof.  We also know that many homeowners need advice in picking the right kind of gutters. There are different gutter types and varieties, styles, and materials. Here is how to go about choosing roof gutters.

Half-round vs. K-style gutters

Half-round gutters have a U-shape trough. These types of gutters are mostly found on older buildings, so they can be used to give a building an older look especially when they are made of copper. K-style gutter have hard-edged troughs and are more contemporary.

Other considerations that you would need to make when choosing rain gutters would be:

  • Downspouts

These are the tubes that carry the runoff away from the roof. They typically come in 2×3 and 3×4 inch width, and 3-4 inches in diameter. Downspouts can pour into a tank for water harvesting, or into a splash block such that the splatter does not splash on the walls.

  • Gutter size

The gutter must be able to handle the water running off the roof depending on the intensity of the downpour. Typically, 1-inch of water on 1,000 square feet of roof will be about 550 gallons of water. Large volumes of water can be handled by enlarging the width of the gutters, or having downspouts with wider diameter.

  • Gutter protection – Pick gutters that can work with gutter leaf guards or screens to keep the gutter free of debris.

If you are having trouble picking gutters, we are ready to help you.

Seamless VS. Sectional gutters

Sectional gutters come in several pieces which are then glued or soldered together. They are easy to work with as there is less cutting to fit.

This type of guttering is usually used on roofs with unconventional designs. The main disadvantage of these gutters is that they are notorious for leaking at the joints.

Seamless gutters come in whole sections that have been cut to fit. This means exact measurements of different roof sections must be taken before buying. Many homeowners increasingly prefer these types of gutters for their low risk of leaking.

Type of material

Aluminum – This lightweight metal is also rust proof and can be painted in different colors.

Galvanized steel – This material is preferred for areas that experience extreme weather. Steel is strong enough to bear heavy snow and water weight

Copper – This is relatively more expensive than other materials and is mostly used in decorative gutters. However, it will easily last 70-100 years giving good value for money

Vinyl – This is the cheapest gutter material. The problem is that it gets brittle in extremely cold weather and can easily break under heavy snow weight.

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