It seems like home renovation projects follow each other, one after another. It is a tireless process. So when it comes that time to look at seamless gutters for your project, there are several factors that you need to review. There are several types of material for seamless rain gutters, from aluminum to copper and steel. There are also many choices to choose from in terms of a wide array of colors. Seamless gutters generally come with baked on enamel finish, which never requires painting, just minimal care as well, so you have to decide if you like that feature through independent research.
Before they do their research, many people just don’t know what seamless gutters are. Just as the name implies, seamless, this is a rain gutter system that has zero seams in the product (with exception of the corners that are clamped together and silicone applied for protection). There are other products on the market that are like them, but they have seams that leak, rot and cause damage to your home over time.
A gutter without seams means no leaks. They do involve minimal maintenance, keeping them clear of leaves and debris, are very cost-effective to install, and cheaper in the long run than older, more-traditional gutter systems. Then there is the host of custom colors available! Depending on the vendor, you should be able to get what you want without sacrificing anything, especially if you have outbuildings, or other stuff you would like to match.
The truth is you could use anyone. But with Watts, you can be sure we take great pride in our gutter installations and workmanship. Plus, at the end of the project, you will receive Watts Roofing’s signature Iron Clad 10-year warranty, which speaks for itself!
Watts Roofing currently services Southeast Michigan.