Aluminum, Copper, Stainless Steel-What do they mean? Which one do I choose? Believe it or not, when it comes to gutters, you have many choices to make. Color and style are the easy part, but choosing the material can be daunting. Here is the low-down on the materials,  description and a brief explanation of them:

Continuous Aluminum Gutters
Considered the most common product used today, this gutter holds more water than traditional wood gutters. Although this type is generally recommended, one disadvantage of this material is that they may deform when a heavy ladder is leaned up against them.  This can be easily avoided by careful use of ladders.
When buying any metal gutter, be sure to choose the thickest that you can  afford. Insist on primary aluminum, which is the thickest and consistent. Your other choice is secondary aluminum, which is a recycled product and can have  inconsistencies in thickness.

Steel Gutters
Most homeowners choose these types  of gutters. Galvanized steel gutters tend to be the most economical. Although steel gutters prove to be more durable and can withstand ladders and fallen branches, even galvanized steel can eventually rust through. Stainless steel gutters are strong, rust-free and can maintain their high sheen for years. As they say, " you  get what you pay for" and for this type of gutter, that is definitely true.

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