Seamless rain gutters are becoming popular with homeowners. Because they have no seam, they rarely leak. Most seamless gutters are crafted from silicone materials, making them long-lasting products for any home. If your home faces the following problems, it might be time to install a seamless gutter system:


You’re Dealing with Splitting Surfaces

While seamless gutters are constructed from silicone materials, they’re also made from aluminum. Unlike your current aluminum gutters, however, they lack the many twists, turns, and seams that can leave them vulnerable to splitting. You might live in a dense tree area or a location that receives a lot of rainfall. Large volumes of debris or water passing through your gutter system can also result in splitting. In any case, you should swap out your old gutters if they’re bulged, bursting, or starting to split.


You’re Dealing with Leaks

A conventional gutter system is “pieced together” by snap-in-place connectors. Over many years, these sections can leak. Water from leaking gutter systems normally enters a home’s walls through the roof, which can lead to expensive disasters. Seamless gutters can directly alleviate leak problems due to their all-in-one design.


You’re Dealing with Mold and Mildew

You might be surprised by it, but poorly-designed or improperly-installed gutters can result in interior mold and mildew growth. In fact, a lot of homeowners turn to mold removal services because their gutters are leaking. The leak doesn’t need to be big, either. If gutter seams leak even a little water, they’ll promote mold growth inside. A seamless gutter’s cohesive design not only eliminates unsightly seams, it greatly reduces the possibility of mold growth.


These gutter systems are available in a variety of colors, and they’re designed to complement your home’s beauty. From a stylistic standpoint, seamless gutters offer some of the best designs around. A lot of them have baked-on enamel finishes, so you won’t need to repaint them. Contact The Construction Group today, and ask about roofing options. Whether you’ve encountered storm damage or simply need a new gutter system installed, we have you covered.