Your gutters play a significant role in protecting your home from water damage during rainstorms. When it comes to such an important feature, you should make sure that you have the best possible option for your home when it comes time to replace your gutters.
The two most common options are seamless gutters and traditional gutters. Here are the main differences between the two to help you decide if seamless gutters are right for your home:
- Jointed connections: One main difference between traditional and seamless gutters is how the pieces are connected. Traditional gutters have multiple parts and joints that piece all the parts together to form long, blocky gutters. Their seamless counterpart, on the other hand, offers a seamless connection of a single gutter that is joined together with other materials only by durable screws that rarely come loose.
- Amounts of clogs: With so many separate parts and joints, it’s easy for your traditional gutters to become clogged with debris, leaves, and twigs. Seamless gutters, on the other hand, are less likely to clog, which also makes them easier to clean and maintain.
- Potential leaks: Since there are so many different parts that could potentially come loose in traditional gutters, there’s more risk for potential leaks. Seamless gutters are less likely to leak since there are fewer connecting pieces that could cause a leak in the first place.
- Aesthetic appeal: Traditional gutters have a very basic, almost clunky appearance at times, while seamless gutters offer a sleeker look with a smooth flow of the single line of gutters around your home. You can also choose from a wide array of colors for your seamless gutters.
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