The unique shape of K-style gutters reduces the risk of damage when impacted by force.
If you’re not familiar with the types of gutters available for the drainage system on a structure, you’re certainly not alone. The average property owner doesn’t know a lot about the various styles and the advantages and drawbacks of each type of gutters. For example, one option is K-style gutters, which come in a wide range of sizes to suit every property. The most common sizes are five-inch and six-inch, with the number referring to the diameter of the gutter.
K-style gutters have several advantages over other styles. The slightly squared-off shape of this particular gutter style can hold more water than a rounded gutter with the same diameter. Additionally, the unique shape of K-style gutters reduces the risk of damage when impacted by force. They are more durable than other options, making them appealing to those who don’t want to worry about a lot of gutter maintenance or replacement. The shape of K-style gutters also resembles the crown molding found on interior ceilings in upscale homes, making this particular option more visually appealing than others.
Of all the gutter types, K-style gutters are among the most popular across the nation. If you’re interested in learning more about these gutters and whether they would benefit your home, contact us at Batson’s Gutter Systems. We work closely with those in and around Wilmington, North Carolina to deliver high-quality gutter services, including installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance. Our selection of gutter options includes K-style gutters, and our technicians will be happy to determine whether they are a good fit for your structure’s drainage needs.