Copper gutters lend an authentic, elegant and charming look to your roofline. Here, we tell you more about copper rain gutters and how their qualities give your home the beauty that it deserves.
Copper, whether used as roofing, gutters or as exterior accents, adds an Old-World look that any other material can replicate. Copper gutters work exceptionally well on traditional homes and look even more beautiful over time. Copper gutters develop a natural green patina, which achieves an elegant look as it ages. Unlike rust, patina does not cause corrosion. You can leave your gutters untouched for the longest time, and the patina won’t affect your gutters in the slightest.
Copper gutters are soldered at the seams and will never require unsightly sealants. You can also consider choosing seamless gutters, which are custom-built on-site from a single length of copper and can add a streamlined look to your home. At Asher Lasting Exteriors, we have partnered with ABC Seamless® gutters and downspouts for only the best seamless gutter solutions.
Copper is an extremely durable material and can withstand extreme temperatures without losing its shape and structure. This makes copper gutters suitable for any climate and region. The soldered seams, as well as the seamless option, eliminate the need for periodic maintenance without sacrificing performance. In fact, you can choose any combination of copper gutter options and you can expect the same level of reliable performance throughout.
Despite its traditional design, copper gutters are compatible with modern gutter protection systems like Gutter Helmet®. A gutter protection system lets rainwater into the gutters while keeping leaves, dirt and debris out. Combined with the inherent low-maintenance qualities of copper gutters, you can expect to enjoy the benefits of beautiful and virtually maintenance-free gutters for a long time.
To learn more about copper gutters, seamless gutters and other rain gutter options, call Asher Lasting Exteriors at (715) 204-4840. We serve many areas in and near Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, WI.