Miters for Standard Profile and Custom Gutters
K&M Sheet Metal and Gutter Supply offers a wide range of gutter miters. From the standard common K-Style Gutter, to Half-Round Gutters in both Traditional European Bead and Reverse Bead, to Custom Box Gutters, Ogee Gutters, Brownstone Gutters and any other feasible profile.
Some gutters miters are stamped, while others are custom made to order. Some of which may be tabbed and riveted, or soldered together.
This allows K&M to offer custom profile gutter miters as well as custom angles / degrees for miters.
Gutter miters are commonly offered in 24 gauge colored galvanized steel, 24 gauge Kynar colored steel, 0.032″ Kynar aluminum colors, 0.027″ regular standard aluminum colors, copper, lead coated copper, zinc, freedom gray and other special order materials.
FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions
What are gutter miters?Gutter miters are the parts used to connect two lengths of gutters at corners.
What are the standard gutter miter angles?Normally, gutters miters are offered in 90° or 45° which are also known as bay miters.
What are bay miters?Bay miters are miters for bay windows and are offered in 45°, which is 2 sections cut at 22.5° put together.
Why are some miters tabbed and riveted?Some of the in-house made miters are custom made to order and not stamped, therefore these are tabbed and riveted, or soldered.
Can I install gutters without miters?Yes, and you should if you want better looking gutters. However, this means that every length of gutter needs to have its ends cut at the right angle to connect to the other length of gutter at the corner. This makes the process slower and much more intricate, which is why most people opt for using gutter miters. These allow some room for error, since they cover the end cut of a gutter length.
What are box miters?Box miters are the gutter miters that have a portion of a gutter to each of its end. This allows for the end of a gutter to be cut straight, and not at an angle, which is easier and quicker to install. This is not to be confused with Box gutter miters, which are miters made to fit box gutters.
What are strip miters?Strip miters are gutter miters that are only a small strip in width. These have a much smaller profile and are not as visible as box miters, however, the gutter needs to be cut at an angle at its end to allow for strip miters to be used.
How are gutter miters installed?Rivets or screws and sealed. Materials that can be soldered should, such as copper, lead coated copper, freedom gray etc.
Can gutter miters be made at different angles?Yes, we can manufacture custom gutter miters.
What is the difference between inside and outside gutter miters?Outside gutter miters are used on outside corners, while inside miters are used on inside corners.
0.027″ Aluminum Gutter Miter Color Options
The most popular Gutter / Gutter Miter colors in 0.027″ aluminum are Dark Bronze and High Gloss White
Click here for a full list of 0.027″ aluminum colors
0.032″ Kynar Aluminum and 24 Gauge Galvanized Steel Gutter Miter Color Options
The most popular Gutter / Gutter Miter colors in Galvanized Steel and Aluminum Kynar are Bone White and Dark Bronze
Click here for a full list of Kynar metal colors
Other Material Options for Gutter Miters
Copper is the most popular metal for Gutters and Gutter Miters along with aluminum. It is offered in 16 oz and 20 oz.
Freedom Gray (zinc / tin coated copper) is offered in 16 oz and 20 oz.
Galvalume Plus is offered in 24 gauge.
Lead Coated Copper is offered in 16 oz and 20 oz.
Zinc is offered in 0.7 mm and 0.8 mm with a raw finish.
Other colors, materials and thickness may be available upon request.
Please click here for a full selection of colors and materials offered.
PDF – Half Round Reverse Bead Gutter – Inside box miter 45° angle explanation
PDF – Half Round Reverse Bead Gutter – Inside box miter 90° angle explanation
PDF – Half Round Reverse Bead Gutter – Outside box miter 45° angle explanation
PDF – Half Round Reverse Bead Gutter – Outside box miter 90° angle explanation
PDF – K-Style Gutter – Inside box miter 45° angle explanation
PDF – K-Style Gutter – Inside box miter 90° angle explanation
PDF – K-Style Gutter – Outside box miter 45° angle explanation
PDF – K-Style Gutter – Outside box miter 90° angle explanation