If you are looking for a professional and reliable gutter installation service in Toronto, then you have landed at the right place. At Ontario Siding & Gutters, we are a team of contractors committed to delivering exceptional quality gutter installation and maintenance services in Toronto, ON. All our technicians are licensed and insured to take care of your gutters. We know how to get the job done right the first time.
K-style (5 inches to 6 inches) Gutter Installation
Gutters are vital components that are designed to keep water away from your home. The mechanism manages the flow of water in a way so that it doesn’t cause any harm to the integrity and foundation of your home. Ontario Siding & Gutters has been offering high quality gutter installation services in the Ontario region since the 90s.
K-style gutter accounts for nearly 80% of the gutters installed today. Homeowners and contractors prefer this gutter option for its easy installation and durability. It is called “K-style” because of the shape it makes when looked at from a side profile.
Benefits of K-Style Gutters
- Provides a seamless finish making it less prone to leaks
- Can hold more water than a rounded style gutter
- Offers a stylish appearance for the home’s exterior
- Less likely to bend or protrude when impacted by force
- Strong and durable option available in varying material and size
- Gutter hangers can be screwed directly to the fascia board
If you need a K-style gutter with or without flange in an unusual size, metal thickness, or color, Ontario Siding & Gutters can fulfill your need. Available in sizes ranging from 5″ to 6″ inches, we have a catalog of K-style gutters available in all sizes.
Half Round Gutters (6 inches)
Half round gutters look like you took a fully-enclosed pipe and cut it in half lengthwise. A “true” half-round gutter section has curled-top outer edges on both sides, although you can purchase these types of gutters where the outer edge has a curled top on only one side. Like traditional K-style” gutters, half-round gutters are available in different widths and colors, and can be purchased in sections or installed as a seamless gutter.
Advantages of Half Round 6” Inch Gutters
Half-round gutters hold a few advantages over their K-style counterparts. The major difference is that the inner shape of half-round gutters is smoother than the angularly-formed K-style gutters. This smoothness reduces the likelihood of corrosion, since there are fewer areas where wetness can form.
In addition, their smooth surface allows waterborne debris to flow more freely instead of getting caught on rough edges or sides, which can lead to clogs over time. Given this fact, it’s easy to see why half-round gutters are easier to clean than K-style gutters.
At Ontario Siding & Gutters, we have different styles of leaf guards you need. Our leaf guards combine the idea of leaf screens and gutter guard hoods. Rainwater flows down your roof and drains through the guards installed on the top of gutters. This gutter leaf guard has been tested to handle up to 28.4 inches of rainfall per hour. Our leaf guards are available in many colors to match your gutters and roof. We are your one stop shop for all gutter related needs.
Soffit & Fascia
Soffit is the exposed siding underneath your roof’s overhang. Since your soffit is located on the underside of your roof, it’s often not visible in terms of curb appeal. It is usually of the same design and color as your home’s siding but can be different depending on your personal tastes and preferences. Soffit can be made from wood, aluminum or vinyl.
Fascia goes hand-in-hand with your home’s soffit. Fascia is the area of siding directly above the soffit. It’s the exposed board you see on the front of your roof’s overhang. Fascia is very visible and needs to be in good shape so your home’s curb appeal isn’t in jeopardy. Just like soffit, fascia can be made of aluminum, wood or vinyl and the best option is vinyl.
When you look at your home’s exterior, your soffit and fascia plays an important part in boosting the curb appeal. And with seamless steel soffit and fascias from Ontario Siding & Gutters, we aim to improve the curb appeal of your home.
While the type and style chosen can cause the cost to vary significantly, it can be an economical siding choice to install on a house as it will last for as long as routine maintenance is done to maintain its durability and the rich look of the wood.
Wood siding and trim board offers all the warmth and beauty of traditional wood siding. It delivers a combination of detailed craftsmanship with durability, versatility, ease of maintenance, and a vast choice of profiles and colors. Available in both smooth and textured finishes, wood siding is the perfect touch for an exceptional look for years to come.
Decorative Boxes Gutters or eaves are built-in gutter systems that are typically found on older, historical homes and building. The difference from aluminum gutters is that they are part of the actual roof’s structure. Box gutters are usually made of wood framing with a sheet metal lining, such as copper, stainless steel, tin and EPDM membrane. The sheet metal creates a water trough for the water to make its way to the downspout.
Because decorative boxes are usually over one foot wide, they rarely get clogged or overflow. Copper and stainless steel box gutter linings are great because they require very little maintenance compared to tin box gutter systems. At Ontario Siding & Gutters, we offer decorative boxes eaves and gutters that look modern and are durable.