5″ Colonial Gutter (5K/Ogee). The most common and best choice for residential applications. Wide bottoms allow for a large opening to the downpipe. This style has been available for over 40 years and is the most widely used, therefore can easily be matched for partial replacements, unlike some styles which have been discontinued. The ogee shape gives this gutter the strongest configuration and the 5″ wide opening offers good accessibility for easy cleaning. Available in a wide variety of materials including aluminum, steel and copper.
Super 5 is best suited as a fascia gutter but can be used in all applications. It has the greater depth of regular fascia gutter but has a wider bottom allowing for the same advantages of a 5″ Colonial gutter. It’s high capacity makes it a great replacement for older narrow fascia gutter styles such as box bottom or flat face. Available in .025″ regular gauge aluminum, 24 gauge or 26 gauge steel. Our newest style is Super Crown. It has all the benefits of the Super 5 gutter with the additional benefit of a unique crown molding profile.
Fascia gutters are generally used where the builder has not installed a fascia board over the sub-fascia. The greater depth allows the gutter to cover the 2 x 4″ subfascia and soffit J-Trim for a clean look. They can also be used on a larger fascia board if the style is preferred.
They are available in .025″ regular gauge aluminum in Two Step, Crown and Flat Face styles.
Super 5 Fascia
Super 5 is a fascia gutter, which has a greater depth than the 5” Colonial, while still maintaining the wide bottom and curved shape. This is an excellent gutter choice for renovations that currently have Colonial gutter, as its greater depth allows it to be sloped effectively without exposing any paint lines on the fascia board from the old gutter position. It can also be used where there is no fascia board over the sub fascia, as its depth is great enough to cover the sub fascia and soffit trim. It is available in regular gauge aluminum or steel.
Two Step is a fascia gutter primarily used when there is no fascia board to cover the soffit edge. It has straight, linear lines for a modern appearance. It is slightly narrower on the bottom than the Super 5 or Super Crown which limits the size of the outlet, so it is used only when its particular look is desired. It is available in regular gauge aluminum.
Flat Face Fascia
Flat face fascia is an older gutter style that has been discontinued by many companies. We still have it available, although with the same dimensions as Two Step and Crown we will usually use it only when repairing or doing partial replacements to match the existing gutter. It also has a clean, linear look which suits more modern building styles. It is available in regular gauge aluminum.