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Thinking About Copper Gutters?
For the discerning homeowner or for restoration projects, copper gutters provide a roof drainage system that stands out with its unique, high-quality material and functionality. Traditional and timeless, sophisticated yet strong, Storm Master copper gutters come in a wide range of designs, sizes and finishes.
Gutters for a Lifetime
Properly installed & maintained, most copper gutters can last a homeowner’s lifetime, up to 100+ years. They are very durable and will not corrode as fast as aluminum and after time will turn a beautiful green patina color.
Our copper gutters are perfect for homes of all types, including luxury homes, historical homes, or homes that yearn to stand out from the crowd with poise and sophistication.
Copper finish is a great compliment to exterior wood, stone, or brick siding.
Leak Free Installation
Our copper gutter installation process is designed to prevent leaks.
Storm Master copper gutters are roll-formed to have less seams and then installed and soldered in 20’ lengths, resulting in a leak free installation.
Most gutter installers use putty to seal seams in copper gutters. Soldering is the only way to ensure life-long, leak-free operation of gutters made of copper. Storm Master installs your copper gutters using decorative copper hangers screwed into the fascia boards to support the system. Then we solder each seam and end cap to ensure your gutters will never leak or fail.
Designed For Your Home
Our copper gutters come in K-style, half-round and seamless half-round styles. They are usually installed in industry standard 5 inch and 6 inch sizes, but can be built to custom sizing.
We offer two types of copper gutter finish: traditional copper or zinc coated copper. Although copper is the most popular choice of the two, the gun metal finish of zinc coated copper ensures you get the high quality that copper is known while maintaining a consistent color through the life of your gutters.
left: zinc coated copper gutters
Copper Gutters For Less
Want copper gutters but have a limited budget?
Consider the aluminum seamless half-round gutters in the Musket Brown color. They look almost exactly the same, but are a fraction of the cost of copper gutters.
traditional copper gutters
aluminum seamless half-round gutters in Musket Brown
Or maybe you are looking for a more affordable alternative to zinc coated copper gutters. Consider galvalume gutters.
Galvalume has an outside coating consisting of 55% aluminum and 45% zinc which is applied to a steel substrate. The steel provides the strength while the outside aluminum/zinc coating protects the substrate from rusting. The cost of galvalume gutter is half the price of zinc coated copper but with the same look.
zinc-coated copper gutters
Did You Know…
The durability of copper gutters make them stand tough against corrosive salt air, making them perfect for coastal areas.