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Key Features of K-Style and Half-Round Gutters

HalfRound Gutters

In addition to your gutters’ primary role, which is to drive rainwater away from your home’s walls and foundation, they also helps create a sleeker roof-line. You have to decide, however, which style best suits your exterior. Advantage Seamless Gutters, a premier gutter installation company in the area, explains the different types of gutters and how they can benefit you.

HalfRound Gutters

K-Style Gutters

Most monikers for gutter products have something to do with their appearance, color, shape and function. However, K-style gutters have nothing to do with the letter K (in terms of structure). They are named K-style simply because it was the 11th spot on the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association alphabetical listing.

Moreover, K-style gutters are the most popular gutter design. They have flat bottoms or a flat back while the front side of the gutter has a decorative shape, such as a curve or ogee, which mimics a crown molding.

Half-Round Gutters

Half round gutters are perfect for homes with a more traditional theme. In fact, before the 1960s, they were the most popular gutter style. They can still match modern homes and add a distinct, timeless look, though.

Furthermore, their open gutter design with hidden hangers allows water and debris to flow freely. They can also handle more rainwater because of the deeper and curved layout.

Turn to our team for your gutter installation, and we’ll walk you through the variety of seamless gutters to help you pick the right one. We also guarantee long-lasting gutter performance through our strong warranties.

Advantage Seamless Gutters is the name you can trust when it comes to gutter installation and cleaning. Call us today at (218) 212-1818 for Baxter, (218) 692-2663 for Crosslake and (320) 421-8726 for Alexandria. We serve residents of Bemidji and other nearby areas in MN.