Next, we felt it would be important to ensure that our clients were well aware of the styles we were able to offer them when it came to their gutters design. Be it in Greeley, Fort Collins, or Loveland. In the States, we are generally exposed to 3 types of gutter designs. These are K-style, Half-Round, and Box style. Each has its pros and cons, and it is our job to make sure you know which is best suited to your wants and needs. To begin with, we have decided to go into some detail regarding each design choice on this page.
This style of guttering is by far the most popular solution for modern-day homes. It is designed to look like a modern home's crown molding. Seamlessly fitting into the overall look and feel. It is by far the cheapest option available, depending on material choice, and is extremely easy to install. It is slightly more durable than half-round designs and can handle larger amounts of water. It does however clog much easier and is prone to corrosion. This however is all worth it when one considers the pros far outweigh the cons. To find out a bit more, just give us a ring today.
For those of you who are looking for something with a bit of old-school appeal, we would like to introduce you to our half-round gutter designs. This rustic solution is usually designed using copper, but can also be made from aluminum, vinyl, or galvanized steel. They are easy to clean, less likely to feel the effects of rust and corrosion, and will not clog as easily as the K-style design. They are however slightly more expensive, take a bit longer to install, and will need a bit more maintenance. Other than that, our half-round solutions could be precisely what you have been searching for.
These designs are most commonly used by our commercial and industrial clients. For them, it is more about function than aesthetic appeal. Simply put, they are designed to handle the larger water output that bigger roofs on bigger buildings displace. They are cheap, lightweight, the easiest of all to install, and available in many color variations. The only real drawback is their susceptibility to temperature variations which could cause them to warp. Other than this, they could be exactly what you have been searching for all along.
Now we will be the first to admit that we have just bombarded you with a wealth of information to try and help you make the right choice. We do however realize that it is also a lot to take in, and you may not remember everything right off the bat. This is where our highly trained experts come into their own. If you are feeling like you are stuck between a hard place and a gutter, all you have to do is give us a call, and we will be more than happy to provide more clarity. This will help you make the right choice in the end.