Gutter(Eavestrough) installing is an major component of any roof, as it protects your home’s foundation and exterior walls from water damage. The goal of a eavestrough is to ensure that all water is directed to drain away from the house, which doesn’t occur naturally.

Box Gutters are popular for those that want to hide the appearance of the drainage system so that it blends with the overall appearance of the home. This style of Rain Gutter is typically made from higher quality materials, such as stainless steel.

Fascia Gutters is a common type of eavestrough that is Installed directly onto the rafters off the roof.

Quad Gutters are especially popular for newer homes. The shape is appealing to many homeowners, and many of the versions also have overflow slots to provide for proper water drainage.

Round Gutters look like a semi-circle (although sometimes they have a straight back). They deal well with high volumes of water, and are less likely to become clogged with debris.

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