Compared to sectional gutters, with seamless gutters you are getting a single piece. Seamless gutters are preferable over sectional gutters for a number of reasons including:
Less Potential Leaks
As much as your plants appreciate water, your home’s exterior doesn’t. Traditional sectional gutters have connection points to build their gutter systems creating potential leak points. On a 50 foot long sectional gutter system you have four potential leaky joints.
Seamless gutters greatly reduce the possibilities of leaks as they are continuous. Compared to sectionals, seamless gutters only have joints at the corners.
Debris also tends to build up around gutter joints.
Besides less debris, seamless gutters come baked in an enamel finish so you won’t have to repaint them.
Optimized to Keep Water Flowing
Seamless gutters are optimized to drain water away from your home. The downspout location is carefully chosen so that water does not pool after flowing through your gutters.
More Aesthetically Pleasing
Seamless gutters come in a variety of colors to match your home’s exterior. Many more color tones are available for seamless gutters compared to vinyl materials. This ensures your gutter doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb and helps protect your property values.