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Aluminum

Aluminum Coil

Aluminum gutters come in two thicknesses .027 inch and .032 inch. Aluminum gutters are lightweight and easy to maintain. Seamless aluminum gutters have a factory baked-on enamel finish offered in 25 different colors to match your paint scheme. Seamless aluminum gutters are the typical rain gutter replacement for residential homes.

 

Copper

Copper Coil

Copper gutters are sold in two thicknesses 16-oz. or 20-oz. copper. The 20 oz. is much stronger and durable which also makes it more expensive. Copper also offers an endless supply of different accessories available from leaderheads to straps, you are only limited by the cost. Copper gutters are expensive compared to other metals, but are beautiful for the high-end consumer. Most people agree that copper makes the ultimate gutter.

 

Steel

Steel Metal

Steel gutters come in 26 gauge, and the super thick 24 gauge. There are a limited number of colors offered for steel. The paint is a factory baked-on enamel finish inside and out. This gutter does offer more strength than aluminum, which makes it a better choice for commercial buildings. This material can be formed in seamless.

 

Galvanized

Galvanized

Galvanized gutters are a thing of the past, they are most likely the gutter currently installed on your home. Due to the prep work involved before they can be painted, they are rarely used with so many other options available. Galvanized gutters must be wiped down with vinegar for the paint to stick. Most gutter companies do not offer them and you will never find them in seamless.

 

Bonderized

Bonderized

Bonderized gutters come in 26 gauge steel and sometimes 24 gauge. Bonderized gutters are used in new track homes and commercial applications. They come in 25-foot and 30-foot lengths. With Bonderized gutters, there's no treatment required before painting, as it comes pre-treated ready for paint. They do not come seamless.

 

Downspouts should match the type of gutter being installed. Fascia gutters only have a 2-1/4" wide bottom so a 3-inch x 4-inch downspout would not be the best choice for size. Aluminum downspouts are made up of three different components. Two elbows and section of pipe at the top called a leader, the main downspout pipe and an elbow at the bottom. The downspout is straped to the home using matching material to help it blend in.

Steel downspouts do not require elbows as the steel pipe is notched and bent to the downspouts shape. The bends are then soldered or riveted and sealed together. These bends tend to be more sharp or have tighter turns then the aluminum style, which may cause the downspout to become clogged more easily.

Available materials are Copper, Aluminum, Bonderized, Galvanized or Steel. Available shapes are Round, Round Corrugated, Rectangular Smooth and Rectangular Corrugated. The round shapes come in 2-inch, 3-inch or 4-inch, while the rectangular come in 2-inch x 3-inch and 3-inch x 4-inch.

End Caps
End Caps
Wedges
Wedges
Straps
Straps
Outlets
Outlets
Hangers
Hangers
Leaderhead
LG Leaderhead 024

Box Gutters

Box Gutter

Box Gutters come in many different sizes but 5-inch and 6-inch are the most common. These gutters are mainly used in Commercial applications, metal buildings, or barns. They can move a lot of water and normally have a large 3 x 4 downspout for drainage.

  • Materials: Aluminum, Steel, Galv, Bond, and Copper
  • Water Volume: 5-inch 1-1/2 Gal. per ft, 6-inch 2 Gal. per ft
  • Max Roof Size: 5-inch 6270 sq ft, 6-inch 7250 sq ft
  • Seamless: Yes, but hard to find

5 inch Half Round Gutters

Half Round Gutter

Half Round Gutters come in many different sizes but 5-inch and 6-inch are the most common. Half Round is most popular using copper materials. These gutters add a big curb appeal to the house. Offering a higher standard above the rest. These gutters will last 40+ years. They offer many decorative accessories to go along with them, including copper leader-heads/scuppers, downspout chains and much more. The accessories alone can almost double the entire gutter job price.

  • Materials: Aluminum, Steel, Galv, Bond, and Copper
  • Water Volume: 5-inch 1/2 Gal. per ft
  • Max Roof Size: 5-inch 1870 sq ft
  • Seamless: Yes, but hard to find

6 inch Half Round Gutters

Half Round Gutter

Half Round Gutters come in many different sizes but 5-inch and 6-inch are the most common. Half Round is most popular using copper materials. These gutters add a big curb appeal to the house, to a higher standard above the rest. These gutters will last 40+ years. They offer many decorative accessories to go along with them, including copper leader-heads/scuppers, downspout chains and much more. The accessories alone can almost double the entire gutter job price.

  • Materials: Aluminum, Steel, Galv, Bond, and Copper
  • Water Volume:6-inch 1 Gal. per ft
  • Max Roof Size:6-inch 3650 sq ft
  • Seamless: Yes, but hard to find

Subcategories

Ogee Gutters
Half Round Gutters

General Information

There are many different styles of rain gutters. Although not all styles are available in all materials. On the west coast the most popular gutter is the Seamless Fascia Gutter. The other 47 states are Ogee Gutters and in these states most have never heard of a Fascia Gutter style. These two different styles of rain gutters are installed differently. Ogee gutters should be pitched while Fascia gutters should not. Since 47 states have never heard of Fascia gutters, they tend to say "All gutters should be installed with a pitch". Some even take it a step futher and say "Gutters installed without a pitch are installed incorrectly". This can give home owners on the west coast misinformation about Fascia Gutters installed on their homes.

When building a home the common practice is after building the roof, the contractor would install fascia boards on the ends of the rafter tails to protect the rafter ends from dry-rot. Then install a Ogee style rain gutter to the fascia boards. The Ogee style gutter has been used for hundreds of years on homes all over the world. These Ogee gutters are small in size and should be pitched to direct water towards the downspouts for proper drainage.

Around 45 years ago a contractor on the west coast building track homes, had this idea in make a rain gutter large enough to cover the rafter tails eliminating the need for installing fascia boards. This would cut the costs in materials and labor, while increasing profits. A new style of gutter was born with a name to fit, Fascia Gutters. Fascia Gutters are much larger, have a deep bottom and can handle higher volumes of water. Fascia gutters offer a better curb appeal, while increasing the function of the rain gutter much better than the smaller Ogee style.

Although these gutters should not be installed the same way. When home builders install fascia boards, they are installed with the roofline as level as possible to make the home look plum and square. When installing Fascia Gutters this same practice must be used as the fascia gutter has replaced the need for fascia boards. If your home has fascia gutters without fascia boards, your home was built using this process. Despite what most people think, Fascia Gutters should NOT be installed with a pitch. They should be installed with the roofline, plum and level as possible. Downspouts should be placed at low areas for proper drainage. 

When installing Ogee style gutters a metal flashing must be installed under the roof and into the gutter to keep water from running behind the gutter. Although if the gutter fills with water, water can still run behind the gutter in between the flashing. Fascia gutters went a step further by having this flashing or "Wing" built into the gutter eliminating the need for additional flashing and eliminating the chance of water running behind the gutter. This built-in flashing or "Wing" does not allow the gutter to be pitched. As it must lay flat on the roofs deck. View Example The Ogee Gutter does not have this "Wing" which allows it to be pitched. For more information see Sloping Gutters

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