Seamless Aluminum Gutters-Massachusetts

 

Gutter Installers in Massachusetts

At United Home Experts we know gutters do more than protect your shrubs and keep your head dry when walking around the corner from your flower garden to your patio. They protect your home by moving water away from the foundation helping to prevent basement leaks and ice forming on sidewalks and driveways. Correctly functioning gutters also help prevent damage to your paint job, siding, brick and fascia.

An investment in quality seamless gutters is small compared to the repairs needed to fix damage caused by faulty or leaking gutters.

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All gutters are either sectional or seamless. Sectional gutters are sold in pieces and installed as component systems. All do-it-yourself gutter systems are sectional, though some “pros” may try to install these, too. The sections themselves can be over 20 ft. long each or cut to any size with a hacksaw. Snap-in-place connectors join gutter sections to each other and to downspouts. All sectional systems have end caps, corner pieces and drop outlets for connecting to downspouts. The drawback to sectional systems is that all those seams eventually invite leaks. Seamless gutters won’t leak at seams because there are none; sections join only at inside and outside corners and at downspout outlets. That’s why they’re the most popular configuration. Our aluminum seamless gutters are extruded to custom lengths on site using a portable machine.

Gutter Guards

Tired of cleaning your gutters? With the patented WaterFall Gutter Guard System® installed by United, you can be sure that

WaterFall Gutter Guard System

WaterFall Gutter Guard System

getting up on your ladder to clean your gutters is a thing of the past. Priced far below competing gimmicky systems, the Waterfall system can be retro-fitted to most existing aluminum gutter systems.

The WaterFall Gutter Guard System is based on the scientific principle of molecular attraction between the surface of WaterFall and the surface of water. Simply, rainwater clings to and follows the surface of the WaterFall downward “steps” into the WaterFall channels and then through the drain holes into the gutter. At the same time leaves and debris simply slide over the “steps” and onto the ground below. You can forget cleaning gutters, overflowing and sagging gutters, rotted fascia boards and water damage to your roof and foundation.

Beautiful Options

We offer K-Style seamless aluminum gutters in an array of attractive colors to complement your home.

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