How Wide Should Gutters & Downspouts Be?

How Wide Should Gutters & Downspouts BeGutters and downspouts come in a range of sizes to suit the unique needs of homes in various climates. For instance, homes in dry areas that receive little rainfall would only need small to medium size gutters, while homes in climates that are more prone to rain and snow would need larger gutters to effectively move all of that water away.

Here in Texas, we have a mix of both dry and wet climates. However, at BELDON®, we err on the side of caution. Our BELDON® LeafGuard® gutter protection systems feature wider-than-average downspouts so that no matter how much rain falls onto your roof, it will be swiftly channeled away. Our gutters offer long-term protection against water damage to your home and foundation, thanks to their larger size and clog-free design.

Clog-Free Performance, Guaranteed

In addition to the wide downspouts, BELDON® LeafGuard® gutter systems feature a built-in protective hood that allows rainwater to enter the trough via the principle of liquid adhesion but prevents debris from entering and clogging the system. Our gutters are also custom-sized to each home rather than spliced together in prefabricated parts, making them 100% seamless. Plus, BELDON® LeafGuard® systems provide clog-free performance. In fact, we guarantee it, or we’ll clean out your gutters for free.

For more information about BELDON® LeafGuard® gutter systems and why they’re the optimal choice for homes throughout Texas, contact BELDON® today. We’re a fourth-generation home improvement company proudly offering the industry’s best home improvement upgrades for our valued customers.

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