Frequently asked questions about patio covers, gutters, and more

Do I need to paint over patio covers?

Our patio covers are made from strong aluminum extrusions, and they have a base coat of baked on primer coat. They also have a baked on polyester finish, which makes them look like natural wood.

There’s no need for you to paint over the patio covers, as they are not prone to warping, cracking, or splitting. They also have a cedar texture that makes them look aesthetically pleasing.

How much shade do I get from patio covers?

Our patio covers offer flexibility in terms of the shade they provide. We recommend that you combine different styles to get just the right shade you need. Combining different solid patio covers also helps you find the style that best complements your home.

How durable are patio covers?

We use engineered extruded aluminum, which is strong, durable, and lightweight. We also follow a multi-step coating process, baking on the protective coats for a finish that is unsurpassed in durability. The covers we manufacture are chip- and fade-resistant, too. Expect your patio covers to last for years without ever needing a fresh coat of paint.

Can patio covers add value to my home?

You’re definitely adding value to your home while improving its aesthetics. These patio covers are a good investment, and we also offer customization by adding structural members for unsupported spans. This gives you limitless design options, which means you get the patio cover that specifically fits your house without compromising the property’s overall design.

How secure is the patio cover installation?

We promise expert installation and achieve that through the use of a solid wood beam inside an aluminum hollow beam. Not only does this color match your cover, it also ensures secure attachment to the studs of the outside wall for a solid connection. We use steel beams for added strength. We pre-drill all attachments, ensuring a clean installation of the fasteners. We make sure no rough edges are exposed.

What are seamless gutters?

Seamless gutters are continuous gutters made from a single piece of material, typically aluminum, that run the length of your home without any seams or joints.

How are seamless gutters different from traditional gutters?

Traditional gutters come in sections that are pieced together, while seamless gutters are custom-made for each home and come in one continuous piece.

Are seamless gutters more expensive?

Initially, seamless gutters might cost more than sectional gutters, but they often save money in the long run due to fewer leaks, repairs, and maintenance.

What materials are seamless gutters made from?

The most common material is aluminum, but they can also be made from copper, steel, and vinyl.

Do seamless gutters require less maintenance?

Yes, because they have fewer joints and seams, there’s a reduced risk of leaks and clogs, which means less maintenance over time.

How long do seamless gutters last?

With proper maintenance, aluminum seamless gutters can last 20 years or more, while copper seamless gutters can last up to 50 years.

Can I install seamless gutters myself?

Seamless gutters typically require professional installation since they are custom-made for each home and require specialized equipment to produce.

How do I clean seamless gutters?

Like all gutters, they should be cleaned of leaves and debris regularly. Using a ladder, gloves, and a garden hose or gutter cleaning tool can help. Some homeowners also opt for gutter guards to reduce maintenance.

Do seamless gutters come in different colors?

Yes, they are available in a variety of colors to match or complement your home’s exterior.

Can seamless gutters handle heavy rainfall?

Yes, they are designed to handle standard and heavy rainfalls. However, it’s essential to ensure they are correctly installed and maintained for optimal performance.

What if my house is very long? Can seamless gutters be made to fit?

Seamless gutters are made on-site to fit the exact length of your home. However, for extremely long homes, there might be practical limitations, but solutions can usually be found.

Are there any downsides to seamless gutters?

The initial cost is typically higher than sectional gutters, and they require professional installation. However, the long-term benefits often outweigh these downsides.

Remember, while these are common FAQs, the specifics can vary based on the manufacturer, region, and individual homeowner preferences. Always consult with a local professional when considering seamless gutters for your home.