Gutters and Downspouts

Gutters are either sectional or continuous (seamless). Sectional systems are pre-cut to certain lengths, and have to be configured and then cut to fit properly on the building. Because sectional gutters are fastened together in pieces, they can eventually develop leaks. Continuous (seamless) gutters will not leak at the seams because there are none; they are joined at the inside and outside corners and/or downspout outlets. They never rust, even if downspouts get plugged and water collects. Continuous (seamless) gutters are relatively inexpensive when compared to other types of gutters. All of these things make them a durable and popular choice for homeowners.