What are Seamless Gutters?

If you are interested in upgrading the gutters on your Boston home, then you have probably come across some companies that offer seamless gutters, which may lead you to wonder what makes them different from traditional gutters. There are actually numerous advantages to seamless gutters over traditional gutters, which is why many homeowners feel they are worth the investment.

Traditional gutters are typically affixed to homes in sections which are joined together using caulk or connector pieces. This method creates multiple seams along the gutter basin. Over time, these seams can start to separate, creating a crack where debris can become lodged. Plus, water can start to leak through the cracks, instead of the water being channeled into the downspout and away from the home. Clogged and leaking gutters can cause roof and fascia rot, landscape erosion, and foundation damage.

Seamless gutters, as the name suggests, do not have these seams. Instead, a professional manufactures the gutters on site to the exact dimensions of the home, ensuring that they stretch from end to end without seams. This makes for a much more durable, effective, and longer lasting gutter system.

Beldon® is proud to offer to homeowners in Boston and throughout the country the only seamless gutter system on the market that also features a built-in debris-shedding hood. Beldon® LeafGuard is a patented design that allows a large amount of water to flow in, while leaves, twigs, and other refuse are washed across the hood to the ground, ensuring your gutters remain clog-free. In fact, they are even backed by a No Clog Guarantee – if in the rare event your Beldon® LeafGuard gutters do clog, we will return to your home and clean them out for you for free, no questions asked. To learn more about Beldon® LeafGuard, contact us today.

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