Your Half-Round Gutter Installation Specialist
Just as the name suggests, half-round gutters look like half a circle from the outside. Their smooth, rounded edges make them less likely to corrode over time, but because they don’t have any edges, they can be trickier to install than other types of gutter systems. Another advantage of its smooth shape is that half-round gutters allow for easy water flow. Some find this makes their gutter systems less likely to collect debris and are easier to clean when needed. So if you’re looking for a low-maintenance gutter solution, consider half-round gutters!
Our gutter specialists at Rock-Crete Foam Insulators & Roofing would be happy to go over the different gutter options available to meet your home’s needs and budget. No matter what type of gutter system you choose, we’re here to ensure that your new gutter system lasts for years to come.
What to Know About Half-Round Gutters
Half-round gutters are excellent options because they help water drain consistently instead of getting stuck at the bottom of traditional, flat gutters. The result is less corrosion, better drainage, and they can be installed on any structure.
We also work on a variety of gutter systems, including k-style and seamless gutters.
Half-Round Gutters FAQs
Are half-round gutters more expensive than other gutter systems?
Half-round gutters are more expensive than sectional gutters because they require more specialized equipment to install and are more difficult to install on your own. However, they are also considered more durable and long-lasting, making them worth the extra investment.
What are the major benefits of half-round gutters?
Half-round gutters have a lot of great benefits. Not only are they more durable than other types of gutter systems, but they also drain water quite efficiently, resulting in minimal corrosion. Their smooth shape also makes them easier to maintain over time.
Are half-round gutters better than K-style gutters?
Not necessarily. This will depend on what your gutter requirements are. While half-round gutters are easier to clean than K-style gutters, they do not hold as much water. Our team of gutter experts will be happy to go over the pros and cons of each gutter system so that you can decide which one will work best for your home.
Do I need to consider the size and shape of my roof when choosing half-round gutters?
Yes. Our team will inspect your current roofing system to help determine the best options that will work for your home.
Can I install gutter guards on half-round gutters?
Absolutely. Gutter guards are a great addition to your gutter system to help keep it clear of debris.