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Gutters are essential for any structure with a sloped roof. When water drains off of a roof, it will need to be collected and diverted away from the structure. ReBuild Inc. provides the highest quality gutters in the industry with the use of the latest in seamless gutter machinery. Through the use of k-style gutters, it is possible to have gutters that are not only functional, but aesthetically pleasing as well. This is a drastic upgrade over the competition and is what ReBuild Inc. is able to provide to every customer.

Gutter Basics
The use of gutters ensures that water never deteriorates a structure or causes unnecessary damage. Water that has been flowing in the same location will eventually start to erode the area which it has been running through. In the case of a home, this is normally around the foundation. When this happens, small cracks start to form in the foundation. If the water is allowed to persist, the foundation will become unstable.
Gutters will be setup so that all of the water runoff leads directly into a gutter. The gutters will be designed so that the water is routed away from the structure. This allows for proper draining and ensures that the structure never suffers damage related to the water runoff during a storm. If gutters are

Installed improperly, damaged or not present, a structure may experience the following:
• Foundation damage
• Basement flooding
• Interior Flooding
• Exterior damage

Seamless Advantages
Seamless gutters have many advantages over their counterparts. In fact, many homeowners have found that seamless gutters require far less maintenance than their counterparts. These k-style gutters are formed with the use of vinyl, aluminum or copper so that they can accommodate any climate, and aesthetics of a building.

The greatest advantages include:
• Aesthetics: Seamless gutters are created with one piece of tubing. This eliminates unsightly bolts and seams.
• Fewer leaks: Since there are no joints found on seamless gutters, the leaks often seen near the joints of a gutter are eliminated.
• Maintenance: The lack of joints means less damage and maintenance will need to be done by the homeowner.

ReBuild Inc. is able to instruct every homeowner on what the best gutter choices for their home will be. There are a variety of different materials and colors to choose from so that the gutters perfectly match the aesthetics of a home. Leaks are virtually eliminated and every seamless gutter is specifically crafted to match the structure in which it will be installed.

Copper Gutters

Copper guttering has long been considered the ultimate in guttering and for good reason. Copper is very corrosion-resistant, so it will endure even in salty conditions and areas with a great deal of acid rain. It is not uncommon for copper gutters to have a lifespan of 60 to 90 years or triple that of aluminum.

Copper gutters can increase the value and appearance of your home. While copper gutters are slightly more expensive and more difficult to work with they have a lasting affect on your home. Copper gutters with age will turn to a great looking patina color which is desired by those who prefer the look of copper gutters. If you are looking to spruce up the look of your home and have a conversation piece among your neighbors try installing copper gutters


Aluminum Gutters

Aluminum gutters are the most common gutter product used today, making up almost 80% of all gutters installed in the United States. There is good reason for this, as aluminum gutters do their job well. Aluminum gutters hold more water than traditional gutters and they do not have some of the disadvantages of other gutter types; good-quality aluminum gutters never rust. In fact, there are only a few disadvantages to aluminum gutters, including the ease with which they dent (as a result of a bang from a ladder or heavy branch, for example).

There are many different looks for aluminum gutters since there are many finishing options for aluminum gutters. They can have a naturally shiny aluminum finish, a factory-baked enamel, or they can be covered with a thin layer of vinyl.