What are Seamless Gutters?
Seamless gutters, or continuous gutters, are manufactured from a single piece of material. They have not been partitioned into sections and do not require any sealing at the joints or seams. This makes them long-lasting, leak-resistant, and low-maintenance compared to regular gutters. Seamless gutters come in various standard gutter materials, including aluminum, steel, and copper.
Advantages of Seamless Gutters
Low maintenance: Without joints or seams to trap debris, seamless gutters are less prone to backups or clogs and do not need regular cleaning. Adding leaf guards to your gutters reduces the likelihood of blockages even more. This also means less professional maintenance overall than would be required for a sectional gutter.
Less prone to leaks and damage: No joints in your seamless gutters means fewer leaks, no need to frequently maintain and replace sealant, and better protection against water damage for your home overall. Since joints are also the “weak points” of a gutter system, seamless gutters will rarely sag or pull away from your house, especially when properly maintained.
Longer lifespan: Seamless gutters can easily last over 20 years, even with low maintenance. A typical sectional gutter will only last around 20 years (assuming regular maintenance) and must be re-sealed every one to five years.
Increases curb appeal: Adding a seamless gutter to your home can make it look very aesthetically pleasing. With no joints, the smooth, finished appearance of a seamless gutter perfectly customized for your home brings a sophisticated touch that regular gutters can’t beat. Nor will you have to worry about unsightly sagging, leaking, or overflowing gutters. Seamless gutters come in various design options to achieve that perfectly unified look for your entire home.
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