Gutter Pro Enterprises manufactures and installs all types of gutter systems and downspouts
Seamless Aluminum Gutter Systems
Seamless Aluminum Gutter Systems are typically k-style which is the most common gutter in North America. They can be used in new installations or to replace existing damaged, leaking or improperly installed gutters. Its’ traditional style blends in well with almost all home designs. If properly cleaned and maintained it will provide many years of trouble free service. 5” seamless aluminum gutters are ideal for customers seeking a low cost, high quality gutter solution. 6" seamless aluminum gutters offer greater carrying capacity and allow for installation of larger downspouts to handle larger roof areas and major rain storms.
Seamless Copper Gutter Systems
Seamless Copper Gutter Systems are available in similar profiles to seamless aluminum gutters. They are often used on high end homes with wood shingle roofs and copper drip edges, valleys and flashing that would pre-maturely corrode an aluminum gutter system. Seamless Copper Gutters are also an excellent choice for a long lasting solution in marine environments.
Seamless Half Round Gutter Systems
Shaped like a “C”, these semicircular troughs are a natural fit on traditional homes. They have a front curled lip or bead that adds strength and rigidity to the system. Decorative brackets are used to add a unique look and to accommodate different fascia configurations. Hidden brackets are also available for a more streamlined appearance. Round smooth or round corrugated downspouts complete the look. Seamless Half-Round Gutter Systems can be manufactured from aluminum, copper and steel.
Leaf Relief Gutter
Leaf Relief Gutters are available as a single layer screen continuous hanger for new installations and as an add-on cover system for existing gutters. A 25 year no-clog warranty again tree leaf debris is provided for both options. Pine needles require the DoublePro solution.
Galvanized Gutter Systems
Galvanized Gutter Systems are manufactured from zinc coated steel. They are are rustic in appearance and resistant to denting. Gutter lengths are limited to what can be transported due to the zinc coating contaminating the rollers in portable gutter machines. They are also prone to rust over time. Galvalume Gutters are a better seamless option with a similar look
Galvalume Gutter Systems
Galvalume Gutter Systems are the best alternative to the request for galvanized steel. Galvanized becomes dull over time and will eventually rust, which will cause gutter failure and an unsightly roof line. Galvalume gutter has a patented coating that combines optimal properties of zinc, aluminum, and silicon to create a stronger, more resilient material. It is available in coil stock and is able to be installed seamlessly using on-site roll form equipment. It maintains its' shine and will not rust over time
Fiberglass Gutters are the latest revolution in the guttering industry. Manufactured by a process called pultrusion, fiberglass gutters are made to be an exact replication of the old wood gutter in 4×5 and 4×6. Custom fabrications are also possible in order to recreate the profile existing on historic homes.
Wood Gutters were the standard on homes close to 100 years ago, before the advent of the machinery and equipment necessary to mass produce metal and plastic gutter at a much lower cost. The majority were carved from fir or cedar into a 4×5 or 4×6 profile. Some were simple “V-trough” profile resting on a wooden bracket. Others were more custom profiled and decorative such as the “yankee profile” which was built into the roof and gave the appearance of molding from below. Wood Gutters are still available for those who are purists at heart and for homeowners tackling renovations of historical homes.
Continuous Hanger System
Call it what you want: Continuous Hanger™, full-length support, continuous fastener, one-piece, and infinity hanger systems are all synonyms for the latest gutter installation method. Unlike an open system that’s vulnerable to debris and the elements, the Continuous Hanger™ system covers your entire gutter while letting water flow freely.
Downspout, waterspout, downpipe, drain spout, roof drain pipe, leader are all terms people use when describing the pipe that transfers the water from a gutter system down to the ground. They can be made of PVC, plastic, aluminum, copper or steel. Various profiles such as round, square, rectangular in both smooth and corrugated are available in multiple sizes to meet each projects drainage needs.