K-style gutters were introduced in the early 1950’s. Their ease of manufacture, and installation has made them the most popular gutters on the market today. K-style gutters have a flat back and bottom and an “oogee” (s-shaped curve from Greek architecture) on the face. K-style gutters are available in two profiles.
Sheridan Copper Hi-back gutters have a 3” roof flange attached to the back of the gutter eliminating the need for a gutter apron. These are the perfect gutters for applications where the copper gutters need to be tied into a roofing system or with relatively straight roof-lines.
Sheridan copper lo-back gutters are the industry standard. They are the least expensive style of copper gutter, the easiest to pitch, and provide a standard look, which is appropriate for most modern homes.
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