Traditional gutters consist of sections of gutter that are connected together and secured to the home fascia board. These sections of gutter measure from 10 to 20 feet long and are connected at points that are called joints.
These connection points make sectional gutters weak and at an increased risk of damage. The creases are susceptible to rust, rot, and other issues much faster than the seamless gutter. Sectional gutters also take longer to install.
Seamless gutters are a worthwhile investment and an upgrade from traditional gutters. Seamless gutters provide homeowners with maintenance-free, durable, and longevity that is not achievable with older gutter systems.