One of the key advantages of seamless gutters is the elimination of raised joints and sections that can trap debris.
Seamless gutters are popular options among homeowners located across the nation. When you look at the outside of a structure, you might notice sectional gutters with connections that are more visible. As their name suggests, seamless gutters don’t have seams between the pieces, but are installed as one piece along the edge of the home.
Sectional gutters are waning in popularity, particularly among property owners who want to improve the visual appeal of the exterior of their homes. Upgrading to seamless gutters can improve the appearance of your home, as well as boost the functionality of the drainage system.
One of the key advantages of seamless gutters is the elimination of raised joints and sections that can trap debris. In traditional gutter systems, these sections tend to be where clogs accumulate, which can impact the flow of water. Seamless gutters don’t have raised sections that trap debris, so they tend to flow more smoothly. Joints and seams are also the weaker points of the gutter system, so they’re more likely to separate and allow for water leakage. You can also add gutter guards as part of the installation process to further prevent debris from moving into the drainage system.
At Express Gutters, we can design and install seamless gutter systems for properties located throughout the Asheville, North Carolina area. If you’re interested in upgrading both the functionality and appearance of your home’s drainage system, contact us to request an estimate. We can also answer any questions you have and determine whether seamless gutters are a good fit.