Although you should clean your gutters out at least once a year, most homeowners don’t, because the job is a hassle. Bespoke Guttering lists the benefits of seamless gutters. They are also called continuous gutters since they are made in one long piece instead of in sections.
One of the best seamless gutter benefits is that they are long-lasting. On average, seamless gutters last 30 years.
Regular sectional gutters rarely last 20 years if the gutters are resealed every one to five years.
Another major benefit is that seamless gutters are far less prone to leaking than sectional gutters. This is because they lack joints where water can come through. Because they do not leak, they will not sag or fall away from the home due to the weight of water or water damage to the joints.
Seamless gutters require less maintenance than sectional gutters. They are far less prone to collecting debris that can cause clogs that trap water. This leads to the biggest benefit of seamless gutters — they do not have to be cleaned. Seamless gutters cost more to install than sectional gutters, but they offer many benefits, so you wind up saving more in overall maintenance costs.