10 Year Workmanship Warranty on new gutter installations
20 Year Manufacturer Warranty on materials
Sapphire Gutter is your go-to destination for top-notch gutter installation and replacement services.
With over 13 years of installation experience and unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction, we have established ourselves as one of the leading rain gutter experts in our area.
Don’t hesitate, Contact us today for a free consultation and let us provide you with quality that you can trust.
K Style Gutters | 5″ and 6″ Inch
Seamless Aluminum (0.027″ gauge)
Galvalume (zinc coated)
Copper K Style
Thicker Seamless Aluminum (0.032″ gauge)
3″ Inch Round Smooth Downspouts
2×3″ and 3×4″ Corrugated Downspouts
Flashing and Diverters
Fascia Repair and Replacement
We custom hand cut gutter corners to fit the specific angles and dimensions of your roof, resulting in a more seamless and visually appealing gutter system.
Installing new gutters is essential to prevent water damage and to maintain the integrity of your foundation. A new gutter system will make your home look great!
Make maintenance easy with gutter guards. Guards prevent clogs and build up from entering your gutters and underground drainage system.
The main difference between 5-inch and 6-inch K-style gutters lies in their size and water capacity.
Size – The number in the gutter size refers to the width of the gutter. A 5-inch K-style gutter is 5 inches wide, while a 6-inch K-style gutter is 6 inches wide. The wider width of the 6-inch gutter allows it to accommodate a larger volume of water compared to the 5-inch gutter.
Water Capacity – The primary advantage of a 6-inch K-style gutter is its increased water-handling capacity. The larger size allows it to collect and carry a greater amount of rainwater, making it particularly beneficial for areas with heavy rainfall or homes with large roof areas. This can help prevent overflow and reduce the risk of water damage to your property.
Aesthetics and Compatibility: -The size of the gutter can also impact the overall appearance of your home. In some cases, a 6-inch gutter may appear more prominent compared to a 5-inch gutter. Depending on the design and dimensions of your home, one size may be more visually appealing or better suited to complement its architectural style.
Choosing between 5-inch and 6-inch K-style gutters depends on various factors, including the size of your roof, steepness of pitch, and the architectural design of your home. It’s recommended to consult with our gutter estimator who can assess your specific needs and provide guidance on the appropriate size for your gutter system.