3 Common Gutter Shapes
If you are ready to put gutters on your home, then one decision to make is what shape the gutters should be. There are three main guttering shapes, with each providing some benefits as well as drawbacks. 1. K-Style On modern homes, K-style gutters are one of the most common choices. The name comes from the shape of the gutter, which resembles the silhouette of the letter K. The gutter troughs have a squared back and bottom wall, but the front wall flares forward and curves to create the K shape.