Ideal roof gutters all share a few qualities. First, they have to be able to withstand the abuse that the elements can throw at them, including high winds and exposure to brutal sunlight, heat, and water. Second, they still need to be lightweight enough that they can be easily mounted to the edge of your roof for water collection. Gutters that are too heavy can damage your roof and your home. And finally, they need to be able to be formed into a variety of different shapes and sizes as well as be painted so they can match your home without standing out as an ugly eyesore. All of these factors combined make aluminum an ideal material for roof gutters.
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Texas Rain Pros offers superior aluminum rain gutter services in East Texas. Based in Tyler and serving all of the surrounding communities, we offer repairs, replacements, and new installations for aluminum rain gutters. We believe in the durability and longevity of these products, and we offer superior choices from leading brands for better and longer-lasting gutter systems.
Aluminum carries one huge advantage over numerous other metals: corrosion resistance. Unlike steel or iron, aluminum corrodes slowly. Likewise, when it does, the corrosion generally doesn’t stand out or look unsightly to the naked eye. Instead of forming a dark brown hue, corroded aluminum often appears as a very small amount of a chalky white powder. This makes aluminum gutters look better for far longer than most other types of metallic gutter systems.
Aluminum gutters also tend to weigh less than other types of materials. Because aluminum is a much lighter metal, these types of gutters tend to weigh a lot less, and that’s great news for those who are concerned about their gutters collapsing under heavier weight. When paired with a proper gutter leaf guard system to keep water flowing smoothly, aluminum gutters are almost impossible to overload.
However, aluminum does have some shortcomings too. Aluminum gutters tend to be extremely thin, making them prone to damage. In high winds and hailstorms, these gutters tend to be damaged far easier than others. Likewise, they are not immune to corrosion and can wear out over time (although it will take much longer than a more corrosion-prone metal would).
We proudly offer all types of services for aluminum gutter products! Contact Texas Rain Pros for service today.