Customized fit and color match
Bay To Bay offers an array of colors to choose from allowing you to customize your new gutter to your home. Having a matching gutter system and down spout is crucial in maintaining your beautiful home.
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Bay To Bay Seamless Gutters
Aluminum seamless gutters are ideal for complementing your home. In fact, this is why they are the most popular type of gutter, making up nearly 80% of all gutters installed in the US. This can be contributed to the fact that they are incredibly flexible and reliable, in addition to a number of different benefits.
Seamless Gutter Benefits
Bay to Bay Gutters are Heavy Duty
Aluminum gutters are able to hold more water than other types of gutters. This is important during heavy downpours. The rain water is carried safely away form your home without breaks, or seams that can split causing the need for costly repairs and replacements.
Lightweight and Easy to Install
Aluminum is a great option when choosing material. Not only are they easier to install than heavy materials, they tend to sag less. We use steel hangers that tightly secures the gutter to your home. This system is virtually invisible. And to secure our hangers, we use screws instead of nails. Screws are much less susceptible to coming loose when gutters are exposed to snow, ice, and heavy winds.
Aluminum Gutters are Durable & Long Lasting
This material is incredibly durable. They stand up to snow and hail well, plus they resist thinning over time. This feeds into the longevity of the product. Most seamless gutters last homeowners 20 years or more!
Seamless Gutter Options
A whopping 70% of homeowners opt for seamless gutters. Fortunately, aluminum works great for seamless gutters. Seamless gutters are a popular choice among homeowners because they have no seams – which means no leaks. This helps to ensure that water is effectively, and safely, carried away from your home. If your gutter system has leaks, water could spill down the side of your home, creating a number of issues like foundation damage, soffit and fascia rot, basement flooding, and mold and mildew.
Aluminum Doesn’t Rust
Although steel is much more durable than aluminum, it’s quite heavy. Plus, once leaves and debris start filling up in your gutters, your aluminum gutter system could start rusting or corroding. We recommend opting for aluminum over steel for these reasons when it comes to your gutter system.
Unlike other materials like copper or steel, aluminum can easily be customized to your home. Aluminum gutters are available in different gauges and thickness, so you can create a custom solution that ensures the gutters are shaped to fit any space on the roof or down the side of the house. If you have an odd shape home with lots of angles, you’ll want to steer clear of copper or steel gutters and opt for a more flexible, customizable solution like aluminum.