Gutter Types

Seamless Gutters

seamlessSeamless gutters means no leaks. This helps ensure that water is carried away from your home reducing excessive water infiltration around your foundation or into your basement. Our seamless design also helps maintain the strength and integrity of the gutter system so expansion, contraction, freezing and strong winds have little or no impact on our seamless aluminum gutters.

Seamless gutters look great, too! Wilson Gutters gutters are custom cut on-site for an exact fit, blending perfectly with the soffit and fascia of your home. Our system integrates precisely with the existing structure resulting in a gutter that can actually enhance the curb appeal and value of your home.

 

Half Round Gutter

halfroundWilson Gutters installs a variety of half round gutter systems including aluminum, copper, and sometimes steel. Although originally intended for traditional homes, half round gutters systems add beautiful curb appeal to any home or building. We also install round downspouts in 3″, 4″, and 5″. Round downspouts are available in round smooth or round corrugated. Many decorative accessories are available for our half round gutters including Leader heads, decorative fascia brackets, and several other items.

We have been installing custom half round gutter systems in the Upstate of South Carolina since 1975. We have installed in many communities including Greenville, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Mauldin, Taylors, Spartanburg, and many other Upstate areas.

K Style Gutter

kstyleK Style gutters are the most common type of rain gutters installed on homes, because they are both stylish and functional.  The two most common sizes, as measured by gutter diameter, are five-inch and six-inch gutter.   K Style gutters hold a greater volume then other gutters styles an equivalent diameter. Also, because of their unique shape, K Style gutters are less likely to bend or protrude when impacted by force.

 

 

 

Copper Gutters

coppergutterIf you are looking to install the last gutter system you will ever need, install a Wilson Gutters copper gutter.  With proper installation from Wilson Gutters and the fact that copper does not corrode easily, copper gutters can last 100 years, or more.  Many aluminum and steel gutter systems detract from the appearance of a home, copper gutters will enhance the character while adding much needed water management.