There are two major types of gutters: traditional gutters and the more modern seamless type. RainTech Roofing, Sheet Metal and Gutters, a professional provider of top-quality gutter services, proficiently and efficiently installs these two types of gutters. We can help you decide on the type you should install on your home.
Here are the differences between the two major gutter types.
Traditional gutters are made up of pre-cut portions sealed together at the seams. They are easy to install, and they are usually the more affordable option for many homeowners working within a budget. Traditional gutters are available in different material compositions, such as aluminum, vinyl and steel.
Aluminum is the middle ground between the two popular types of materials used for traditional gutters. It’s sturdy while light enough not to put your roof under a lot of strain. Aluminum doesn’t rust, which means it’s perfect in areas that experience wet and humid weather.
Steel is the sturdiest material you can use for your gutters. Its high durability is put to good use when you place it in areas with extreme weather conditions. Its main drawback, however, is that it needs proper maintenance since rust can appear after exposure to heavy rain. Our dependable gutter services can help you tackle these problems. We can talk about possible solutions when you call us.
Vinyl is the lightest of the materials used today, and it enjoys high popularity as it is also the most affordable. Installation is also easier. However, vinyl’s main disadvantage is its low durability. Constant maintenance is required to keep your vinyl gutters in shape.
Seamless gutters are often made to order according to the roof’s specifications. This gutter type is stronger compared to the traditional type as there are no “seams” where water might pool or debris can get trapped. We install seamless gutters using the same materials in which traditional gutters come. Seamless gutters are more expensive than traditional ones, but they are known for being better looking and for lasting longer with less maintenance.
For the latest in sheet metal, gutter and roofing services, call RainTech Roofing, Sheet Metal and Gutters at (918) 416-0098 today. Let’s discuss which type and material of gutter is right for your home. We service residents in Tulsa and Bixby, OK.
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