K Style Elbows
fittings that attach to the downspout. One end of the gutter elbow is
crimped so that it can fit inside another elbow or downspout. Elbows are
used at the bottom of the downspout at ground level to direct drainage
in a particular direction
Gutter Guards and Strainers
We have the gutter protection you need from economical screens, to hybrids, to durable guards that are scientifically tested and proven to keep debris out of your gutters!
tubes are the gutter fittings that attach the gutter to the downspout.
A hole is cut out in the bottom of the gutter in the shape of the outlet
tube that you are using. The outlet tube is then placed inside the gutter
with the expanded flange keeping it from falling through the cut hole.
You can see more information about the downspouts we offer on our DOWNSPOUTS Product Page!
A gutter end cap is the fitting that attaches to and closes off the end of the gutter. We carry two different types of end caps for k style gutters; the crimp on end cap and the rivet on end cap.
Flashings are used for water proofing. Usually installed in transition areas, flashings are used to direct water away from a particular area, and towards another. Gutter flashings (a.k.a. gutter apron) are installed underneath the the roofing and into the gutter.
Miters, or corner pieces, are the gutter fittings that connect two gutters at a corner. Box Miters are the corner pieces made up of two pieces of gutter that are seamed together. These are the contractor favorite because they look good and are fast and easy to install. Good for 90 degree corners. Strip Miters require the two adjoining gutters to be cut on 45 degree angles.
Funnels / Diverters
products will help you with those difficult installations. Only room for
one downspout? Try our funnels and diverters to get you out of a jam.
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