Custom Metal Gutters

Gutters are functionally known as metal channels attached to structures with down-slopes to enable water to escape. Using down-slopes and leaders, metal gutters prevent water from pooling on rooftops and sloping structures. Metal gutters also prevent water from collecting underground and leaking into the basement or eroding out foundations. Underground leaking can cause mold and other damage to occur.

The most efficient way to drain rainwater is using continuous metal gutters. Custom metal gutters come standard in 10 ft. lengths and are professionally seamed together preventing water from leaking. High quality seamless gutters are another type of gutter to carry runoff to downspouts without any dripping or leaking.

Calebs Sheet Metal manufactures custom metal gutter profiles and colors. Calebs Sheet Metal can manufacture many types of custom metal gutter solutions including Commercial Box Gutters, Common Style K, and among others. Caleb’s can manufacture different profile and size custom metal gutters to meet your needs.

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Custom Manufactured Metal Gutter Profiles

Custom Metal Gutter Profiles

Commercial Box Gutter

Most commonly found on commercial metal buildings, commercial box gutters can be made with little more than coil stock and a metal break. Commercial box gutters are often seamed together with rivets and welded to prevent leaks. Our custom metal box gutters can be made to almost any size.

K Style Gutter

5″ K Style – The most popular gutter on the market today. Contractors sell these custom metal gutters as a seamless gutter systems. Contractors then manufacture them onsite where coil stock is roll formed into seamless metal gutters of a desired length.
6″ K Style – Larger than the 5” only designed to carry larger volumes of water for residential or light commercial roofs.
7″ K Style – Is designed for large volume of water coming off a commercial roofing system and is known as a true commercial gutter.

Half Round Style Gutter

Half Round Copper / Aluminum – Most commonly found on older buildings and are very common on churches. With time, these copper or aluminum gutters patina to a green color, and can last decades. Exterior brackets are commonly used for installation of half round style gutters. A less inexpensive way to replace or replicate this design is to have the gutters manufactured from aluminum.
Half Round Steel – Prone to rust, Half round steel gutters are rarely used anymore. You can still purchase them to create a particular look.

Fascia Style Gutter

Popular in several parts of the country the “fascia” style is similar to the K – Style Profile with a smooth face and the sides are straightened out. This type of architectural metal can accent the trim as it resembles crown molding. Due to the Fascia boxy metal gutter style this gutter profile can hold more water, be narrower, less obtrusive and matches the architectural style you desire.
There are several profiles and metal choices available including super or deep fascia style.