Rain Gutters protect more than just your roof!

Aluminum Gutters

GutterAluminum K Style
Downspout2″ x 3″ Corrugated
Downspout3″x4″ Corrugated
DownspoutA Style Elbow
DownspoutB Style Elbow
DownspoutOffset Elbow
DownspoutRound 45 Degree
DownspoutRound Offset
Miters & End CapsK Style Strip Miters
Miters & End CapsK Style End Caps
Miters & End CapsK Style Box Miters
Gutter Hangers & Outlets 5″ Hidden Hangers
Gutter Hangers & Outlets6″ – 6½” Hidden Hangers
Gutter Hangers & OutletsRods and Nuts
Gutter Hangers & Outlets5″ or 6″ Strap Hidden
Gutter Hangers & Outlets2 3/8″ 2 3/4″
Gutter Hangers & Outlets2 X 3″ or 3 X 4″ Outlet
Gutter Hangers & OutletsStrainers

 

Copper Gutters

GutterCopper Half Round
GutterCopper K Style
Downspout4″ Round Smooth
Miters & End CapsK Style Copper End Caps
Gutter AccessoriesStrainers
Gutter Hangers & Outlets5″ Hidden Hangers
Gutter Hangers & Outlets6″ – 6½” Hidden Hangers
Gutter Hangers & OutletsRods and Nuts
Gutter Hangers & Outlets5″ or 6″ Strap Hidden
Gutter Hangers & Outlets3″ or 4″ Half Round
Gutter Hangers & Outlets2 X 3″ or 3 X 4″ Outlet

Wood Gutters

cedar-guttersThe concept of gutters has been around for thousands of years, although gutters as we know them today did not become popular until the 1800s.

Before technology and mass production made metal and plastic gutters the more common and cheaper choice for homeowners, wooden gutters were the norm. Wood is a much more aesthetically pleasing material, and is a great choice is you want to uphold the authenticity of your historic home. However, wooden gutters are more expensive, harder to take care of, and harder to install.

Since wood is a much more fragile material than metal, wooden gutters are also more prone to rotting and damage than other types of rain gutters. However, if properly cared for, your wooden gutters should last a lifetime! Redwood contains natural oils that help repel water and resist rot and other water damage. Although redwood is usually the most common choice for gutters, cedar, pine, and Douglas fir are also on the market. Redwood and cedar are also usually the most expensive.

Wooden gutters commonly measure 4 x 6 inches, and are sold in 10- and 20-foot lengths. However, you can get custom-made gutters of any size to suit your home. Roofing Doctor has more than 19 years of experience in installing all kinds of wooden gutters, and we will also provide you with instructions for how to care for your rain gutters to ensure that they will last for decades.

Call or email us for a free estimate or consultation.


Rain Gutter Screens

Gutter screens come in aluminum, zinc, vinyl, and composite materials.

 

Gutter Screens
Gutter Screens
Gutter Screens
Gutter Screens
Gutter Screens
Gutter Screens
Gutter Screens

In RI call:   (401) 246-0711

In MA call: (508) 379-1200