Seamless gutters, guaranteeing a perfect fit for any home

    Storm Exteriors is dedicated to providing the best quality workmanship, at an affordable price, while establishing long-term customers with hard work, honesty, and professionalism.We offer a variety of options to fit your gutter requirements, from maintenance of existing gutters, to tear down and installation of new gutters. No matter how complicated the design of your house is, Storm Exteriors has a solution.

    Seamless Gutters

    Our seamless gutter is formed from a coil of sheet metal, available in aluminum, steel or copper, that is run through our gutter machine. The machine has rollers inside that form the coil into a seamless gutter. This allows us to cut the gutter to any length required which minimizes seams that tend to leak over time. We also cut every mitre (corner) by hand rather than using prefabricated corners or strip mitres. By doing this, the gutter looks cleaner, has fewer leaks, and saves you money in the long run.

    Perfect Gutters

    Seamless gutters have become the standard for gutter systems over the years. They offer the ability to be water tight and not rely on sealant on every seam to keep them from leaking. Since they have less seams, they are also a much more resilient product than its predecessor. They are available in many different materials: copper, aluminum and galvanized steel―with many color options to suit your needs.


    Why do my gutters overflow?
    Generally overflow is due to a blockage of some sort in the gutter or downspout. If the gutters don’t have the proper slope on them they will also hold water and can overflow. Also if the gutters aren’t set properly underneath the drip edge the water can flow right over the top of the gutters missing them completely. This can be seen on sagging roofs and/or older homes without a drip edge. Last but not least if there are not enough downspouts to disperse the amount of water in the gutter system then they can overflow then too.

    How many downspouts do I need?
    Typically it is said that a gutter system needs a downspout every 40’ but it also depends on how much roof area you are draining. If it’s really big it could require more downspouts as well as maybe a bigger, diametrically, gutter system.

    How often do I need to clean my gutters?
    Gutters should be cleaned and checked at least twice a year.

    What materials are available?
    The most common material used on gutters is aluminum. It comes in many different colors. Be sure and ask one of our representatives about the colors available.

    How does Storm Exteriors attach the new gutters?
    Much older gutter systems were attached using a long spike and ferrule, which would pull out of the fascia board when the gutter was under a heavy ice/snow load. Most gutters now are attached using clips that hook into the front bevel of the gutter and screwed through the back into the fascia board.

    What kind of leaf guard system do I need?
    The best one we provide at Storm Exteriors for the money is sureflo. It’s a simple aluminum guard that has many tiny holes across the surface that keeps most debris out, even most pine needles.