Seamless Rain Gutters Portland Oregon
Stumptown Gutters provides residential and commercial (up to 20k sq/ft) gutter systems throughout the Portland metro area. Whether it is a new gutter installation, or a repair to an existing system, our professionals customize a solution for your needs. We have performed a lot of new gutter installations and pride ourselves on providing quality products and work; protecting your investment.
We have years of experience working with many different seamless gutter systems and materials. Such as copper and aluminum. We are proud to use American Made products to ensure each installation retains its quality appearance and performance for as long as possible. Stumptown Gutters provides you with a lifetime workmanship guarantee! Our gutters are guaranteed not to leak for as long as you own your home. Contact us to schedule your free estimate and see what we can do for you.
Customized Dewalt Saw
Using a saw creates very accurate and beautiful miters (corners). Additionally accurate cuts make for tight joints which help ensure you get a leak free system.
We ensure our gutters won't leak by measuring and building to the exact specifications of your roof-line. There are two types of rain gutters being installed on homes today. Either sectional gutters or seamless gutters. In a sectional system all the pieces are usually pre-cut to ten foot lengths and have to be cut again before being installed, leaving unsightly seams every ten ft, all of which have a much higher chance of developing leaks and other problems.
Our seamless rain gutters will not encounter these issues since there are no seams. Our corners are precisely mitered, screwed, and sealed, guaranteed not to leak for as long as you own your home. By installing our seamless gutters with screws rather than nails we ensure your rain gutters will not detach from your home overtime like a nail installation. We use only high quality metals which means your new gutters will never rust. Seamless rain gutters protect your investment and are relatively inexpensive in comparison to other types of gutters.
Our seamless rain gutters are the perfect, long-term, durable, affordable solution to keep your home protected.
Rain Gutter Replacement
Keeping up with the maintenance on your house is very important, and what can be more important than keeping the rain and water where it should be. Seamless gutters are the perfect solution when it is time to replace those old gutters.
When Installing Your New Gutters
There are many steps to the gutter installation process. Some of the most important steps are listed below, showing you that we go the extra distance to make sure you receive the best possible service.
We make sure the gutter slope is correct, which takes considerable skill, time, and effort (not all roof lines slope the right way) we can also water test them for you at the end of the job if you like.
We cut the gutters to the precise length, screwing and sealing all miters (corners).
We use the largest possible outlets to maximize water flow exiting your gutters. (a feature of particular value in the Pacific Northwest)
We secure your gutters to your house using lag screws instead of gutter spikes (large nails) which tend to pull themselves out over time due to the weight of the water in the gutter
We recommend the most efficient downspouts to prevent future clogging.
We use .027 inch aluminum for our installations. Aluminum gutters never rust or corrode the way steel gutters do. If a customer needs it, we will suggest .032 inch aluminum for the extra strength.
Our aluminum gutter material is painted by the manufacturer with a high quality baked on paint, which won’t wear off or hold debris as easily as after-market paint.
We take the time to do the job right.
What size gutter to use is partly determined by the type of construction used on your home, partly determined by your taste, and partly determined by math. The most important of these is the math!
Here is why: it’s pretty simple, you want the largest gutters that will look good on your house, and do the job.
The math is that 1,600 square feet of roof will collect about 1,000 gallons of water for every inch of rain that falls. It’s the gutters’ job to collect that rain and move it away from your house and your foundation. The more water the gutters can collect and disperse, the less chance of overflow and consequent damage. So bigger gutters (and outlets and downspouts) are better.
A 6k gutter has about 44% larger flow capacity than a 5k or a fascia style gutter.
Taking care of your Oregon home the right way every time, with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Experience, training, safety compliance, and accountability, assure your work is done to the highest professional standards, every time.
Tell us below how we can help, or give us a call. We’ll do the difficult, dangerous, dirty work for you. Most estimates are ready in one business day. We back our work with a Limited Lifetime Guarantee.