If you need new gutter replacement, gutter repairs, or gutter guards, we’re here to help you at Next Thunder Restoration! We are your one-stop gutter service provider in Geneva, IL. Our gutter specialists in Geneva, IL have 20+ years of fixing, building, repairing, and replacing gutters in the Fox Valley area and all of Chicagoland. As a licensed gutter replacement and gutter repair company, we stand by the work that we do on your home’s gutters.
Our team offers a complete range of gutter services for Chicagoland homeowners, including:
– Affordable gutter repairs and fixes
– Gutter guards and leaf filters, installation included
– Gutter replacement and installation
– Gutter cleaning and maintenance services
If your gutters are leaking, rusted, or damaged, or perhaps you are experiencing any problem where you need gutters experts to take a look, message us, call us or text us to schedule your free home gutter inspection. We would be happy to offer you an affordable quote for your gutter project.
Traditional, regular, or sectional gutters are designed in precut sections that are easy to assemble. These gutters are usually pieced together in 10-foot or 20-foot sections and have multiple seams. Each gutter section is joined together with connectors or couplings, and each section must be soldered or sealed at the joint. You can choose regular gutters in a vast array of materials.
Vinyl regular gutters are quickly growing in popularity primarily due to the fact they do not rust, are simple to install, do not need to be painted, or require any other aesthetic conditioning. If you’re on a tight budget, vinyl regular gutters are the most economical.
However, the primary downside to vinyl gutters is their durability. Over time as they’re exposed to extensive dryness, heat, and intense cold weather, they can deteriorate and crack. At the same time, vinyl gutters can be functionally damaged due to heavy rains.
Steel is undoubtedly the strongest material, which makes it ideal for lots of snow, heavy rains, and extreme weather. Steel however can rust when it comes in contact with moisture. In addition, steel sectional gutters can be heavy, which makes installation more arduous. Steel is typically most often used on commercial structures.
Aluminum and copper gutters are both strong and do not rust. By regularly maintaining your copper or aluminum traditional gutters, they can easily last for several decades. You can find aluminum gutters in a vast expanse of colors, which means painting isn’t necessary unless you want to match your gutters to your home and even then, most manufacturers offer aluminum gutters in popular siding colors.
Seamless gutters are continuous gutters usually made from aluminum, copper, painted steel, or zinc. These gutters usually only have joints or miters at the corners wherever they wrap around the roof Typically, seamless gutters are roll formed off a truck mounted machine at the installation site.
Since seamless gutters have no seam, the chance of leakage is exponentially reduced, which is why they have become the most popular type of gutter for Geneva, IL homes. Now we’ve discussed both traditional gutters and seamless, let’s take a look at the comparison between seamless gutters vs regular gutters.