Many homeowners are unaware that aluminum seamless gutters are available in various colors. White aluminum gutters are the standard, but a colored gutter system can add a unique appeal to your home.
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How to Choose your Gutter Colors
HD Guard gutters are designed for superb functionality, they’re available in an array of colors. All colors have a durable and finish that’s backed by a limited lifetime damage warranty. If you’re having trouble deciding which of our beautiful gutter colors to choose, consider these factors:
- – Do you want your gutters to blend in or make a striking contrast? Many homeowners prefer to have their gutters blend in with their home’s facade, but picking a color that makes the gutters stand out can create a striking visual element.
- – Is ease of maintenance a concern? Light colors tend to show stains and debris like splashed up mud, grass clippings or mulch particles, while it won’t be noticeable on a darker color.
- – Are there any neighborhood or HOA color restrictions? Make sure your choice isn’t restricted by your neighborhood before you pick a color for your gutters.
Tips to Help You Select the Perfect Gutter Color
Your gutters will have a long service life, so you’ll want to choose a color you’ll be pleased with long-term that also boosts your home’s curb appeal. Here are some helpful suggestions on how to select the ideal color:
- – Match your roof. If you want to make the gutters look like an extension of the roof so they don’t stand out, choose a shade that closely matches your shingles or metal roof finish.
- – Duplicate your color palette. Picking a color for the gutters and downspouts that’s close to your home’s cladding can make them blend in with the exterior walls so they’re less noticeable.
- – Pick a shade similar to your fascia/trim color. Choosing a color that harmonizes with your home’s fascia and corner trim boards can make the gutters and downspouts meld into the outline of your home so they don’t stand out as a distinct feature.
- Mix and match. Another alternative is to choose one color for the gutters themselves so they match either the roof or the fascia, then pick a second color for the downspouts so they mesh with the corner trim, cladding color, or house color.
- Go bold. If you want to use the gutters as a contrasting design element, pick a complementary shade that’s either much darker or lighter than the colors on your home’s roof, trim and cladding.