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Here are some common questions about seamless gutters.
What are seamless gutters?
Seamless rain gutters are just as the name implies – seamless. There isn’t a break in the gutter.
How do seamless gutters differ from sectional gutters?
Since there is no seam, there are no leaks. This is why they are the most popular type of gutter today. The only seams are at inside and outside corners. Bluewater Exteriors gutters are siliconed, screwed and warranted for five years not to leak.
Seamless gutters are usually made from aluminum, but they can be made from copper. They are made with a seamless gutter machine that is brought to your home by the gutter contractor. Each individual gutter is customized to fit your home.
With a conventional sectional gutter system there are many sections of guttering all pieced together by snap-in-place connectors. Over time these sections form leaks in the seams and can cause wood rot behind the gutter.
What are the advantages of seamless gutters?
Advantages of seamless rain gutters:
Greatly reduces the possibility of leaks
Eliminates unsightly seams
Baked on enamel finish never needs painting
Formed on the job for exact measurements
All jobs completed in one day
Protects the beauty of your home
Many colors to choose from
When is it necessary to replace gutters?
Clogged downspouts and debris in gutters can cause them to pull away or sag from the home. They may not be pitched correctly, leaving standing water that attracts insects and mold.
When it comes to keeping leaves out of your gutters and downspouts, there is no reason to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars to solve this common problem. There are many new and expensive gimmicks on the market today. Bluewater Exteriors can solve these problems without spending all your hard earned money!
Other signs that the gutters may not be working correctly are cracks in the foundation of the house or water in the basement. Clogged gutters can cause water buildup, forcing it to overflow and causing water buildup around the foundation.lity.
Will you dispose of my old gutters?
Yes. If there are existing gutters, they will be taken down and taken away for little or no charge when new gutters are installed.