K-Style gutters, also known as Ogee Gutters are the standard in the gutter industry.
Galvalume consists of steel sheets coated with aluminum and zinc, resulting in a strong, durable metal with proven long term corrosion resistance, normally used on metal roofs.
Galvalume also has a more neutral appeal without disturbing the balance of the home’s aesthetic, which makes it an ideal choice, instead of colors.
Many find it to be more modern and refined than other gutter systems.
K&M also supplies gutter guards / screens for all gutter profiles we offer along with
all accessories needed for your gutter system.
Custom lengths, sizes and heavier gauges may be available. Please contact us for pricing.
Joining gutter lengths / seams
To put 2 lengths of gutter together, simply cut back the front bead / lip of the gutter 1" or
more depending on your needs. Do the same for the hem in the back if present. Cut where needed to create tabs.
Overlap the 2 lengths of the gutter and join them by
soldering if possible, or with
zip screws / rivets and
sealer if not.
Coupling pieces can be manufactured if needed. Keep in mind that using a coupling piece like a cover plate gives the appearance of 2 seams. Splice plates
can also be manufactured. Unlike cover plates, these sit on the inside of the gutter, giving the appearance of one seam, like overlapping 2 gutter lengths.
Benefits K-Style Galvalume gutters:
Resists fingerprints and smudging
Has a uniform, architectural shine that weathers evenly
Size: 5", 6", 7" and 8"
Lengths: 10' and 20'
Material Thickness: 24 Gauge Galvalume Plus
Stocked / made to order
7" and 8" gutters are custom made manually and not fed through a machine to be roll formed from coil stock as traditional gutters.
This limits the lengths to 20'.
5" and 6" are roll formed from coil stock and can be made to any feasible length.
Copper is the most popular metal for gutters. 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.