All gutters are either sectional or seamless. They come in various materials, sizes and colours. Checkout our products or download our product catalogue here.
Certainly, it’s not difficult to install sectional gutters as this is usually straight forward do-it-yourself task as long as you are comfortable on a ladder. But if you prefer seamless gutter, then you'll need a qualified professional to do the instalment.
Note: We recommend to hire a qualified professional to install your gutters. Without that level of expertise, there is no guarantee the job will be done correctly and that issues won’t appear later on. It’s important that gutters are installed correctly to prevent water damage to your building, roof, and landscaping.
Screens and other products that feature vertical slots, louvers or other openings can allow leaves and debris to migrate downward and clog water channels. So, any leaves or debris may stay out of your gutters, but so may the rainwater! COVERPRO have no vertical openings and its nose-forward design prevents leaves and debris from entering your gutter system. That means that gravity works for you, not against you. COVERPRO is designed so that the leaves and debris that moves down the roof falling straight down to the ground below.
Our gutter series are designed to blend into the natural architecture of your home. Fifteen (15) colours are available so that an installed system becomes almost invisible.
Needing to replace your gutters can happen for a variety of reasons. Leaky gutters or gutters that hold water can be an issue. Gutters that look or worn out can make your house look less appealing. Old gutters may not drain properly or may be tearing away from the home. Some old gutters are bent and cannot be repaired, causing clogs and other draining issues. You may desire a new set of gutters to match a style or house colour you’re looking for.
The number of times per year you should clean your gutters depends on what kind of trees are in your area. If the trees shed while hanging over your gutters you can expect to clean your gutters once or even up to 4 times per year. Pine trees are often the biggest culprits in causing regular gutter cleaning. If you have few trees around your property, cleaning twice a year is sufficient.
Seamless Gutters have fewer seams and joints in the gutters and downspouts, which leads to less chance of leaking. The product is stronger than a standard gutter system because it’s not made of multiple parts. This allows it to withstand heavy loads and strong winds.
Seamless Gutters reduce the number of leaks, are custom fit to your home, can withstand heavy winds and reduce the chance of blockages. Aesthetically, they come in a variety of colours and look great!
The purpose of a gutter and downspout system is to collect rain water from the roof and direct it away from the building foundations and prevent dripping onto the walls, also to help reduce rain water falling directly onto people in entrances, driveways and foot paths.
Definitely, our Seamless Gutters Team will remove and dispose your old gutters. λόγο.
We provide a guarantee only when the installation of our materials or products are carried out by our specialized seamless gutter teams. For the quality of the aluminium coils we use, it comes with the EN ISO 9001:2000 certification of high standards and quality.
Note: We bear no responsibility and no guarantee applies to the functionality of our products from any mis- treatment, installation, or any customisation from either a technical or aesthetic nature that will occur after the sale by private individuals or independent professionals.
Our gutters, downpipes and all accessories are first safely boxed and crated if needed, this is done in a way that we will prevent any damages. Depending on the location and quantity of each order, we have many methods of transportation such as Air, Ship or Truck freight.
Basically, it depends on how much water flow your roof has, roughly we recommend the distance to be between 10 meters apart depending on the dimensions of each roof.
Absolutely,Half-Round gutters are known as the traditional gutter style on homes from the early 1940’s and today they still are a popular choice. They are preferred for traditional renovations and also for the more modern homes as there is a large variety of colors to choose from.
Aluminium: Low cost. There are variety of Alloys that are suitable for gutter applications. They are easy to install. The variety of colors is practically unlimited. It is worldwide the most commonly used metal for gutter systems.
Galvanized Steel: Galvanized steel has more strength than aluminium. It is much heavier in the equivalence of aluminium gauge size. Popular in mountain areas with a lot of snow. Lower cost than the other metals. Large variety of colours.
Copper: Considered top of the range metal for guttering systems. Very durable and with high quality with a long-term weather tolerance. Does not need to be painted. With time it changes its surface colour. Most expensive metal in comparison with the above metals. Preferred to be installed by a skilful contractor.
There is no permanent application than can be used to protect the copper from weather conditions. Clear Coating paint will help but it will be a temporary solution. Can also keep it shiny with technically process also this will depend on what chemical will be used and how it will be applied.
K-Style gutters have a double curved design that looks very similar to crown moulding. These gutters come in a variety of sizes, and can be built in a seamless way if desired. The shape of these gutters allows for an increased volume of water flow. They are strong and the shape protects them from dents. The majority of buildings use this style of gutter on the edge of their roofs due to affordability and ease of installation.
Rain gutters without downspouts will not move water away from the roof or foundation of a building properly. A downspout is attached to the corners of a building and used to transfer the water from the gutter to the street or other drainage location. The directional curve can be unique to each installation, but the downspouts are required to create a tight-fitting system with no leaks.
Gutter installation takes less than one day in most circumstances, but depending on the size and configuration of your building, it can take up to a couple of days.