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General Roofing

3. General Roofing

(907) 561-1460

119 E 54th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99518

From Business: With over 40 years of experience in the commercial and residential roofing siding and construction industry General Roofing & Construction Co

Cottonwood Roofing Company

4. Cottonwood Roofing Company

(907) 929-7586

873 Norman St
Anchorage, AK 99504

From Business: 35 years in business

Precision Guttering

5. Precision Guttering

(907) 272-2150

9320 Aphrodite Dr
Anchorage, AK 99515

Very good job, fast, easy to talk to, quality work recommending to all my friends

Big Wayne's Gutters

6. Big Wayne's Gutters

(907) 346-2672

9241 Grover Dr
Anchorage, AK 99507

Never use big waynes roofing. They are not licensed or bonded. We have to completely have a roof redone. Everything they did on our roof was a disa…

A Alaska Seamless Gutters

7. A Alaska Seamless Gutters

(907) 522-1244

1111 E 66th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99518

It's hard to even give them one star. Nails in the driveway for year. Gutters leaking when it is not even raining.Terrible. Spend you money else whe…

Alaska Premier Gutters

8. Alaska Premier Gutters

(907) 244-1338

2540 Lord Baranof Dr
Anchorage, AK 99517

From Business: Alaska Premier Gutters is a seamless gutter company based in Anchorage, AK serving Anchorage to the Valley. Seamless aluminum gutters come in 2 thicknesses-.027 a…

ABC Seamless

9. ABC Seamless

(907) 646-2228

PO Box 91099
Anchorage, AK 99509

Arctic Tailored Seamless Gutters

11. Arctic Tailored Seamless Gutters

(907) 350-0040

1200 W Dimond Blvd Spc 601
Anchorage, AK 99515

From Business: Do the gutters bordering the roof of your home often leak, reducing their effectiveness in transporting rainwater away from your home’s siding? If you’ve experien…

Anchorage Seamless Gutters

12. Anchorage Seamless Gutters

(907) 885-0181

200 W 34th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99503

Ahh Karl's Gutters

13. Ahh Karl's Gutters

(907) 310-5654

7340 Bulen Dr
Anchorage, AK 99507

A Plus Seamless Gutters

14. A Plus Seamless Gutters

(907) 444-0813

8321 Exeter Dr
Anchorage, AK 99507

Alaska Custom Gutters

15. Alaska Custom Gutters

(907) 868-2646

2800 Nugget Ln
Anchorage, AK 99516

Valley Gutters

16. Valley Gutters

(907) 746-2455

Anchorage, AK 99509

Custom Seamless Gutters

17. Custom Seamless Gutters

(907) 770-1155

Anchorage, AK 99503

Rainaway Gutter Service

18. Rainaway Gutter Service

(907) 563-5728

Po Box Hc34
Anchorage, AK 99695

Wesco Products Inc

19. Wesco Products Inc

(907) 346-3094

1200 E 76th Ave Ste 1212
Anchorage, AK 99518

Precision Guttering

20. Precision Guttering

(907) 272-2150

1421 W 26th Ave Unit D3
Anchorage, AK 99503

D L Bock Co

21. D L Bock Co

(907) 346-1424

3705 Arctic Blvd
Anchorage, AK 99503

Quality Remodel & Rain Gutter

22. Quality Remodel & Rain Gutter

(907) 337-8044

1200 Saint Gotthard Ave
Anchorage, AK 99508

Alaska Custom Gutters

23. Alaska Custom Gutters

(907) 868-2646

PO Box 221572
Anchorage, AK 99522

Alaska Streamline Gutters

24. Alaska Streamline Gutters

(907) 677-2688

9806 Newhaven Loop
Anchorage, AK 99507

AK Quality Rain Gutters

25. AK Quality Rain Gutters

(907) 244-4542

2608 W 67th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99502

Spit Shine Gutter Cleaning

26. Spit Shine Gutter Cleaning

(907) 744-5524

Po Box 212484
Anchorage, AK 99521

From Business: SPIT Shine LLC is a gutter cleaning company based out of Anchorage. Whether you need repairs, gutter guards or just a gutter cleaning you can depend on SPIT Shine…

Alaska Sourdough Roofing LLC

28. Alaska Sourdough Roofing LLC

(907) 337-2828

2800 E Dowling Rd
Anchorage, AK 99507

From Business: At Alaska Sourdough Roofing LLC we are roofers providing residential roofing services such as roof repair and much more to Anchorage, AK. A building’s Integrity a…

Quality Remodel & Rain Gutter

29. Quality Remodel & Rain Gutter

(907) 244-4542

2600 W 67th Ave
Anchorage, AK 99502

ABC Seamless Siding

30. ABC Seamless Siding

(907) 646-2228

1025 Orca St
Anchorage, AK 99501

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Big Wayne's Gutters
Blaine V. rated

Never use big waynes roofing. They are not licensed or bonded. We have to completely have a roof redone. Everything they did on our roof was a disaster. The roof is less than a-year-old and we’re already having leaks. Look them up on court view he’s been sued numerous times. Do not trust them with your home.

Big Wayne's Gutters
David N. rated

do not i repeat do not use this business you will regret it the man is a shill and will screw you over just check yelp and look at the reviews

Did You Know?

Gutters aren't the prettiest part of a home's exterior, but they are incredibly important. Without gutters, rain can pose a serious threat to your roof and foundation.

What Do Gutters Do?

Gutters act like funnels that are ready to catch the rain when it falls and redirect it away from your home. The downspout or leader is the part of the gutter system that allows the water to flow down and away from the foundation.

Without the gutter in place surrounding a roof, rainwater pours onto a home's siding and can cause damage over time, including discoloration, weakened siding, or mold. Water standing on a roof can also get under shingles and cause similar damage. If the shingles or siding become extremely deteriorated, the water damage could infiltrate the interior of a home and lead to additional, and more costly, issues.

Continuous rain pouring down from the roof can also cause the soil around a home to erode. As the soil washes away, water can begin to collect directly adjacent to the home's foundation and eventually make its way into a basement.

A gutter and downspout system mitigates these problems by collecting rainwater and making sure it is released at a safe distance from the home.

Types of Gutters, Downspouts, and Related Items

There are several different styles of gutters from which homeowners can choose.

K-style Gutters

K-style gutters, also known as Ogee or formed gutters, have a flat bottom and back. The outward-facing wall of the gutter is usually flared outward with a decorative shape that often mimics crown molding. These typically hold about twice as much water than half-round gutters and cost more as well.

Half-round Gutters

Half-round gutters, also simply called round gutters, are typically found on older homes. They are U-shaped and hold significantly less water than a K-style gutter.

Square Gutters

Square or box gutters have flat bottoms, backs, and fronts.

Round Downspouts

Round downspouts connect to round gutters.

Square Downspouts

Square downspouts connect to either square gutters or K-style gutters. They are usually rectangular in shape, with dimensions of either 2 inches by 3 inches or 3 inches by 4 inches.

Decorative Downspouts

Spiral or otherwise decorative downspouts are also available, though they are typically more expensive than round or square downspouts.

Gutter Guards

Guards are sometimes added to protect gutters from excessive wear and tear that the changing seasons may bring. Leaf guards keep leaves and debris from building up inside the gutter, while snow guards protect gutters during harsh winters.

Gutter Materials

Just as gutters come in several shapes, they can also be crafted out of various materials. Each has its pros and cons. The most common size and shape is the 6-inch K-style gutter, and the pricing information that follows refers to this combination.


The most popular material is aluminum, which is lightweight, doesn't rust, and is easy to install. They can also come in various colors and be painted to match a home's siding. About 70 percent of gutters are seamless, which means they are installed right onto the home from a long spool of aluminum shaped and cut to size.

Pricing is typically:

  • $2-$3 per linear foot
  • $4-$9 per linear foot for a professional installation
  • $5-$11 per linear foot for seamless installation


The only gutter material less expensive than aluminum is vinyl, which comes with several downsides. Vinyl gutters don't hold up well in cold weather, the color will easily fade in the sun, and they don't support ladders leaned against them. On the plus side, they are easily installed and aren't heavy.

Pricing is typically:

  • $1-$2 per linear foot
  • $3-$5 per linear foot for a professional installation


Steel is strong and will resist rust for about 5 to 10 years. It can also come in a variety of colors and easily be painted to match a home. However, it is heavy and difficult to install.

Pricing is typically:

  • $4-$6 per linear foot
  • $8-$10 per linear foot for a professional installation


Many copper gutters are the half-round shape and found on older or historic homes. Their better qualities include their exceptional beauty compared to other gutter material options and their resistance to rust, even after many years. In time, though, the copper will develop a patina, or layer of oxidation, which many homeowners prefer. However, they require a professional installation, unlike the other metals that can be installed by an adventurous or knowledgeable homeowner. Copper is also one of the more expensive materials.

Pricing is typically:

  • $12-$25 per linear foot for a professional installation


Zinc gutters will last a very long time and are typically used in historic renovations and high-end homes. There is no need to paint them, and, like copper gutters, they will develop a patina after a few years. Also like their copper cousins, zinc gutters must be installed by a professional. Zinc gutters are only available in the half-round shape and are usually 6 inches across.

Pricing is typically:

  • $10-$24 per linear foot for a professional installation


Many homes built before the 1960s had wooden half-round gutters installed. Some homeowners like the traditional or natural look of wooden gutters. However, they require special maintenance. Wooden gutters should be oiled regularly to prevent drying, cracking or deterioration. They are also heavy compared to metal versions.

Pricing is typically:

  • $10-$18 per linear foot for redwood gutters between 4 inches by 4 inches to 4 inches by 6 inches
  • $10 per linear foot for fir gutters
  • $175 for the setup

Common Gutter Problems

Just like any other important home feature, there will come a time when you will have a problem with your gutters. Luckily, there is usually a quick fix for most gutter issues.

Clogged Gutters

Most homeowners have had to address clogged gutters at some point or another. This is typically an autumn-related issue, as falling leaves land in the gutters. Cleaning them out should be an annual or semi-annual chore, depending on how many leaves and other debris commonly build up in your gutters. The chore can be tedious, time-consuming, and dirty but is easily done by anyone who isn't afraid of heights and owns a ladder. However, if this doesn't sound appealing to you, it's not hard to find a professional who will do it for between $50 and $250, depending on how large your home is.

Downspouts That Drain Too Close to the Home

The purpose of the downspout is to direct rainwater a safe distance away from a foundation to mitigate water damage. To that end, downspouts should drain at least four to five feet away from the home. If a downspout is draining too close to a foundation, an extension can easily be added, usually for the same per-linear-foot price as the material of the gutter.

Leaky Gutters

A leak or hole in a gutter system completely undermines the purpose of the gutter. It's important to get this issue fixed before the next rainstorm to prevent residual damage. If the leak is located at a joint or seam, caulking is usually a good fix and is easy to find at any hardware store for about $5. The remedy for holes elsewhere in the gutter depends on the size. Smaller holes can be addressed with gutter sealant. Bigger holes might require a patch or some metal flashing, also sold at most hardware stores.

Gutters with the Wrong Pitch

For the rainwater to be guided to the downspout and away from the home, gutters need to be slanted so the water can easily slide down toward the opening. If the gutters are too level, standing water can become heavy and cause damage. Mold can build up and, eventually, the gutters can overflow and cause water damage to your home or foundation.

The ideal pitch is angled one-quarter of an inch down for every 10 feet across. If your gutters were installed professionally and you notice standing water, call the company and request that they come address the issue. If you installed your gutters yourself, you may need to rehang the gutter.

Sagging or Pulling Gutters

Gutters that are sagging or pulling away from the house generally don't have enough support for how much they weigh. Installing a few more hangers in problem areas can usually alleviate the issue.

How to Maintain Your Gutters

While it's not unusual to experience one or more of the aforementioned problems during your time living in a home with gutters, there are some measures you can take to prevent these issues. Clogged gutters can be avoided by cleaning them before buildup becomes a problem. When doing so, be sure to pay close attention to the downspout, and see that all water can flow smoothly through the whole system.

Leaf guards could help in heavily wooded areas where leaf buildup is a common problem. Also, snow guards can help prevent snow and ice from building up during the winter, which could put undue stress on the gutters.

Wood gutters should be oiled to help them last longer and remain effective. Shingle oil is a good product that will protect against weathering and allow the wood to breathe.

Replacing Your Gutters or Downspouts

Though gutters will typically last many years, there may come a time when replacement is inevitable. If you have patched aging gutters for several years, it might be time to replace the whole system. To do this, you'll have to decide whether you want to take on the project yourself or hire a professional.

A professional is required for:

  • Copper gutters
  • Zinc gutters
  • Seamless aluminum gutters

A professional is recommended for:

  • Steel gutters
  • Wood gutters

A professional will make replacement easier, but isn't always necessary for:

  • Aluminum gutters
  • Vinyl gutters

Choosing a Gutter Installation Company

If it's time to replace or repair your gutters, hiring a professional is often the best way to go, especially if you are inexperienced with this type of home repair. Professionals will be able to spot a small problem before it becomes a big one, and they know how to safely work with the tools required for the job.

Before hiring a professional, make sure they have workers' compensation insurance and liability insurance.

Additionally, it's important to recognize that a gutter installation or repair can affect the roof. Before you agree to any work being done on your gutters, be sure that your roof warranty won't be affected. Your roof is one of the most important features of a home, and should you run into an issue with it, you'll want your warranty to be valid.

Before hiring anyone, get as much detail about the job as possible. Ask about:

  • Warranties for the gutters as well as the installation
  • How much the installment or repair will cost, and get this in writing
  • Whether a down payment is required, and how much it is
  • How long it will take
  • Whether they install gutter covers as well

Getting references before hiring a professional of any kind will give you a good idea of what their customer service is like as well as whether they do quality work. Talk to friends and family who have hired the gutter installer before making your decision. If you don't know anyone who has worked with this company before, go online to find reviews, or simply ask the company for references.