You know you need gutter replacement services, when your gutters become loose, leaky, or so rusty that they’re practically impossible to clean. If you’re considering replacing your gutters, there are a lot of different things that you should be thinking about, including what types of gutters may work best, whether to hire a professional, and if you’ll be getting some form of gutter protection.

What Types of Gutters are Available?

Depending upon your particular needs, there are several different types of gutters that you can choose from. A few different types of gutters include:

  • Aluminum gutters
  • Vinyl gutters
  • Copper gutters
  • Seamless gutters – one long piece, only needing joints at corners and downspouts
  • Sectional gutters – many smaller pieces, with many joints

What Style of Gutters Should You Choose?

There are many different considerations to make when deciding between types and styles of gutters. A few questions about your home’s requirements for gutters and downspouts include:

  • Your roof’s slope, and whether or not there are significant valleys
  • The length of gutters you’ll need
  • Your home and neighborhood’s overall style
  • The weather that your house normally experiences
  • How many floors high is your house?
  • Are there gables or dormers on our house?

Gutter Guards for Gutter Protection

Gutter replacement will go a long way in keeping water from eroding your property, and entering your home. Keeping your gutters clean and free of debris will go at least as far, in the long run.
The different types of gutter protection available to you include:

  • Reverse curve
  • Bottle brush
  • Mesh
  • Nylon
  • Foam type
  • Non-Gutter Cover

Professional Gutter Replacement in Denver


Some people may be experienced enough with ladders to feel comfortable installing sectional gutters on their own, as a DIY job. Gutter replacement can be dangerous and difficult work, however, so even with easier sectional gutters, it’s always recommended to at least consult with a professional regarding the installation.


Seamless gutters come in one length—exactly the size that you order them. It takes a team of gutter replacement professionals to build and install seamless gutters, and it is never recommended that you try this yourself, unless if you have professional experience in gutter installation.
Our team of professionals can provide your home or business with a gutter replacement. We serve Denver and the surrounding areas.
(Image and excerpt from “New Gutters”)