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Appease Builders bring you Continuous / Seamless Gutters. As always, being an ALL trades company, great partnerships is key to us... in delivering the absolute best in the industry at below market value. This is workmanship you can count on and a guarantee that supersedes the competition. 

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Continuous or Seamless Gutters

As an important part of your roofing system and one of the biggest elements in protecting your home, your gutters should be functioning properly at all times. Do you need to install new gutters for your home?

Many homeowners today prefer seamless gutters. Seamless, or continuous, gutters only have joints at the corners and where the gutters meet the downspouts. Many seamless systems are made from aluminum, but they can also be fabricated of copper or painted steel.

Benefits of Seamless Gutters

Seamless gutters offer a number of benefits—they generally tend to be more reliable and more effective than sectional gutters. Continuous rain gutters:

  • Are low-maintenance

  • Are durable (they can last even longer with the right maintenance and care!)

  • Can effectively reduce or eliminate water leaks and other problems

  • Come in a wide variety of colors to complement any home exterior

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Rain Chains & Cups

At Appease Builders, we are always looking to bring our channel of customers and friends a new way to beautify our homes, different options and inspiration. Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. Guiding rain water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground, rain chains transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature. From the soft tinkling of individual droplets to the soothing rush of white water, they are a treat to listen to.

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Rain chains (‘kusari doi’ in Japanese) in concept are not a new idea. For hundreds of years, the Japanese have used the roof of their homes to collect water, transporting it downward with chains and finally depositing the rain water into large barrels for household water usage. Japanese temples often incorporate  quite ornate and large rain chains into their design. Rain chains have been spotted in South America, where chain is easier to obtain that machined downspouts.

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