Most of the time, gutters quietly gather leaves and dust. Yet at the first drop of rain, they spring into action, collecting the water sheeting off of the shingles, sending it on a fast horizontal path, down a drain pipe, and well away from your house. These simple devices have just saved your foundation and siding.
Gutters come in two basic types: sectional (or seamed) and seamless. Within each type are other designations for shapes, materials, and colors.
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