Blue River Gutters

Seamless Rain Gutters

Seamless Rain Gutters are a beautiful addition with the crown mold like design (K style) giving a home fresh new look by eliminating the pieced together design of standard gutters. Since seamless rain gutters are not subject to splits and separation like standard rain gutters, they provide long term peace of mind for years and years.
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Our Process

First, our customer service agent will come out to assess the project. They will help you through the process of choosing your color, size, style, and type of metal that would best suit your design and budget needs. Picking seamless gutters that go with the existing decor of your home’s exterior gives your home a special and personalized appearance while improving the overall market value of your home. When you have decided to update your home, we schedule your project and order the specific materials just for your home. Our professional gutter technician team of installers come out with the state-of-the-art roll-forming machinery to complete the project in a professional and timely manner. We pride ourselves on being Alabama's Top Gutter Company.

Protect Your Home With Seamless Gutters

Having a properly working gutter is essential to protecting your house from water damage. If your gutter system is leaking from the seams, damaged, rotted through or is just too old to repair, we can replace it with a new seamless gutter system. Stop worrying about water damage during heavy rains. Call or click below to schedule a free estimate. Our team can repair your old gutters or install a new seamless gutter system so you can be sure your home is protected from the elements.
Affordable Service


Seamless Gutters are a great investment because they require less maintenance and raise the value of your home.

Professional Installation

Professional Installation

Our experienced installers are well-equipped with state-of-the-art tools and technology.



Our seamless gutters are made out of aluminum. Aluminum resists corrosion, is lightweight and can last up to 30 years.

Lifetime Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

Blue River Gutters is proud to be the only local company offering a lifetime warranty as long as you own our home.

How Seamless Gutters are Built

First, the areas where the gutters are needed are measured and added to a running total for the home. Based on the color, size, style, and type of metal that is chosen, coil is ordered by the pound from a supplier. The roll of coil is brought to the project location along with a large roll-forming machine that can weigh over 1.5 thousand pounds. The coil is loaded in the machine and "Seamless Gutter Technicians" run out each piece of gutter from the machine to the exact length that is needed for each section on the home. Seamless gutters could be run out up to 1000 feet of continuous length but it is not recommended to use sections over 100 feet long due to excessive expansion and contraction that occurs in longer sections of metal material. Luckily, 99 percent of homes do not have straight sections over 80 feet long since most home architects find it critical to make some peaks and or turns to add to the quality and character of their work.
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The Blue River Gutter installers did a great job. I have already referred Blue River Gutters to some of my friends and coworkers. Thank you so much for the great job.


David A

Meridianville, AL

Very prompt. Answered every concern. Very professional. If I ever need gutters again, I would want them to do the job.



Betty R

Bremen, AL

Turn around time from start to finish was fast. Did an awesome job and price was great. Would highly recommend them.



Margie L

Huntsville, AL
Seamless Gutter vs Standard

Seamless Gutters vs Standard Gutters

No seam means no leaks! Seamless Rain Gutters are designed so there are no junctions or unions along the length of the gutter. Conventional gutters are pieced together every 10 to 20 feet and eventually start breaking apart, causing leaking between each piece. This can lead to rotting of the fascia boards, window sills, window sashes, door thresholds, and the worst of them all, water pooling against your foundation walls.

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