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Seamless Gutters: Essential Questions to Ask Your Installer

Seamless Gutters: Essential Questions to Ask Your Installer

Seamless gutters are usually made on-site using a specialized machine and they are customized to be the perfect size for your home. These gutters don’t just offer long-lasting beauty, but they are also easy to care for and less likely to experience leaks. 

Seamless Gutters: Essential Questions to Ask Your Installer

When having these gutters installed, you shouldn’t forget to ask these questions to your contractor.  

Do You Offer Seamless Gutters in Different Colors?

Some manufacturers offer up to 25 colors of gutters to complement your home. Keep in mind that choosing the right gutter color and boost curb appeal. 

What Are Your Seamless Gutters Made Of?

Gutter installation companies usually offer aluminum ones. However, they can also be made in galvanized steel and copper. Moreover, these gutters can withstand damage from the weight of snow, ice, and rain. 

What Benefits Come With Seamless Gutters? 

You don’t have to worry about constant clogs and backups when you choose seamless gutters. Since they aren’t in sections, they are less likely to leak and rust. They look more appealing than sectional gutters and require minimal maintenance. 

What Should I Expect During Installation?

Your contractor will create and assemble your new seamless gutters in your yard using a machine, which they carry in a truck or trailer. The installers will make sure the gutters fit your home perfectly. After they have formed the gutters, they will lift them to the roofline. At Advantage Seamless, we use stainless steel fasteners to secure gutters. Stainless steel screws don’t leave rust spots and streaks and the downspouts, which are common issues with zinc screws. The installation should only take a few hours to complete. 

Turn to Advantage Seamless for quality gutter installation services. We’re also here to help if you need a gutter cleaning service or new gutter guards. Call us at 218.558.0575 or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate. We serve homeowners in St. Could, MN and surrounding areas.