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All gutters may look the same but in reality, they come in various styles and shapes. Apart from the K-style gutters commonly seen on many American homes, there are four other gutter styles a homeowner can choose from. And whatever these designs and styles are, our gutter protection system can match and suit them.

4 Great Gutter Styles to Look Into

Half-Round Gutters

If a pipe is cut lengthwise, your gutters will have the shape of a half round gutter. This gutter style looks better on older houses instead of one with a modern exterior. It has a smooth surface for easy cleaning and swift water drainage.

Fascia Gutters

A fascia gutter is a customized seamless unit directly fixed on the fascia board of your house. It has a flat profile with a shallow angle of 90 degrees and functions as a fascia board.

Sectional Gutters

Sectional gutters are a more common gutter style. The come in the lengths of 10 to 20 feet long and are usually mass-produced, allowing you to buy them from regular hardware stores. They’re connected to each other with seam welding. Homeowners can customize sections for their gutter system, but it’s not advisable to craft a gutter on your own.

Seamless Gutters

Seams are the weak spot of every gutter system. The more seams there are, the greater chance of damage occurring or leaks developing. That’s why seamless gutters are better. With no seams, existing as one piece of unmarred metal, they minimize the problems that leakage from seams and joints pose. A special machine generates the seamless units at the job site to create an exact length for each side of the roof, with joints only applied on corners.

Your gutters, no matter the style, won’t have complete gutter protection without a device helping them to perform their best like Gutter Helmet® of Michigan’s Gutter Helmet gutter protection system. With this powerful product, you’ll never have to clean your gutters again. Contact us at (800) 824-3772 for a free project estimate. We serve homeowners in Wyoming, Michigan.