Rain Gutter Styles Installed By Willey's Seamless Gutters

K-Style Gutters

The most common style of residential gutter used today. Two sizes are available 5″ and 6″ K-Style gutter, roll-formed on-site aluminum by Willey’s Seamless Gutters expert installers. Available in a vast array of colors, including copper. One foot of 5″ K-Style gutter holds 1.2 gallons of water. One foot of 6″ K-Style gutter holds 2.0 gallons of water.

Half Round

Half Round Gutters are found on many old New England homes. This style is available in a variety of materials, including copper. Common sizes are 5 inch and 6 inch. Used primarily for historic homes, half round gutters will enhance any style or decor.

Basic Downspouts

Downspouts are vertical pipes that are used to divert rain water away from a buildings foundation. Standard sizes are 2 x 3 and 3 x 4 and available in a wide variety of colors.

Standard Elbows

Elbows are fittings that attach to the downspout. One end of the gutter elbow is crimped so that it can fit inside another elbow or downspout. Elbows are used at the bottom of the downspout at ground level to direct drainage in a particular direction.

Specialty Shapes

Round and round Corrugated Downspouts – Normally used with Half Round Gutter to add extra detail.

Specialty Elbows

Available in round and round corrugated. The corrugations give the round downspouts rigidity. Each elbow is crimped to fit inside other elbows and downspouts. The female end easily fits over the half round outlet tube.