Rain Gutter Installation in Orange County, CA


Serving Commercial & Residential Clients Since 2011

Being a homeowner comes with great responsibility since home is your most valuable possession. Even though people don’t pay attention to gutters very often when buying or living in a house they make a vital part of your residence. A properly installed and maintained gutter can prevent water from rainfall from damaging walls, yard, foundation, and basement.

All West Rain Gutters is gutter installation company from Orange County. We are family-owned gutter installers with years of experience working with rain gutters systems for residential and commercial buildings. Our team will handle all from gutter installation, gutter guards, downspouts and minor and big gutter repairs. Make sure to contact us today and get free quote.

Why Hire West Rain Gutters for Gutter Installation?

family owned

Family Owned

We are a family-owned business since 2004
Insured company

Insured & Bonded

We carry an insurance policy for property damage, bodily injury, etc
24/7 Availability

24/7 Availability

Our highly-trained staff is available around the clock
Affordable prices

Competitive Prices

Our prices are highly competitive and fit the market appropriately
best materials and tools

Best Materials & Tools

Latest gutter materials and equipment utilized to ensure quality services
Fast delivery

Fast & Emergency Service

We deliver our service within the schedule

What Gutter Materials Do You Recommend?

Choosing the right gutter isn’t an easy job. There are so many things to take into consideration and you’ll need professionals to evaluate the property. Types of gutters also include shape, color, and material. The most important feature when choosing it must be performance and quality since it will save you from occasional repairs.

Here are some common gutter materials recommended by our team:


Aluminum is one of the main engineering materials known for its durability and functionality. It is the most widespread and lightest metal on Earth. Its properties include extreme flexibility and resistance to corrosion. Aluminum is very easy to process in the sense that you can roll, pull and stamp it. It is fire resistant too and it isn’t toxic at all.

When it comes to aluminum gutters the main advantage of installing it is being waterproof and can last up to 25 years. Holding more water is another important fact about aluminum gutters because we can be sure that it will last in case of heavy rain. It is a very customizable material which means that it is available in different sizes and thicknesses. This will ensure that the gutter will fit perfectly on your roof.

There are two downsides of aluminum gutters. First is that they rust faster, so you must take proper care of the enamel layer. The second is that very high and fast changing temperatures can be harmful to your aluminum gutter.


Copper is a shiny, reddish and third most consumed metal in the world. They are considered a bit more decorative and lasting than aluminum gutters. Copper doesn’t rust, crack, or wear out that fast. There are some elements which people consider cons of choosing copper. The price is way higher than an aluminum gutter. Additionally, if you decide to use copper gutter, all other elements, such as nails, fittings and fasteners must be of the same material. If you mix it with aluminum, it will probably corrode the copper.

Cooper gutter systems must be custom-made, and that is its advantage because there are no joints that can leak. It requires additional cost if it breaks down and it will take longer to replace it. But on the other hand, it can add a beautiful touch to the exterior of your home. Also, remember that it can last from 80 to 100 years. Our team has experience in installing custom copper gutters for your home that will last for decades.


Steel rain gutter are the strongest roofing type of gutter material. As aluminum, steel gutter can be of any desired color, but people will most likely choose white or brown since it blends with the exterior. It owns many advantages. Steel is sturdy and can resist harsh weather conditions, hail and will not bend under installer’s ladders. It is an eco-friendly and recyclable option, the same as aluminum.

Steel gutters are usually attached to the roof by brackets, both exterior and hidden, or strap gangers. It expands less than aluminum, but for its installation, seams expansion is required. One disadvantage may be rust since it is not rust-resistant like other gutter systems. You would probably need to replace it every 10 years. They are more difficult to install, too because of their weight.


Vinyl gutter are famous because of their cost and they don’t require high maintenance. Furthermore, vinyl gutter won’t rust, dent, or corrode over time. It is a lightweight, plastic material, also known as PVC and you can buy it at DIY stores. Even though it can be installed by snapping together pieces, vinyl gutters have many seams.

Durability is probably the biggest downside of vinyl gutters. Vinyl gutters resist rust and corrosion, but constant exposure to changing temperatures can make it crack and brittle. During the winter season in places with a lot of rain, vinyl gutter will probably be damaged beyond repair. In mild and dry climate, they can last up to 20 years.

What Gutter Types Do You Install?

When it comes to choosing the gutter type, you have a choice between traditional (regular) and seamless gutter. Both have their pros and cons, and you must take many elements and features into consideration when deciding which one is better for your home. First, let’s define both gutter types.

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Seamless Gutters

Seamless gutters as the name states, don’t own any seams (joints). They are also known as continuous gutters, and they consist of one piece. By being seamless, no partition into sections is required. This feature is something that makes them long-lasting and leak-resistant, as well as requiring less maintenance. They come in various designs, colors, and standard materials such as aluminum, steel, and copper. More and more homeowners choose seamless gutter over regular, so let’s list some of the advantages and disadvantages:


  • It can look more aesthetically pleasing with a smooth, finished appearance. Seamless gutters are tailored so they fit perfectly with the look of your home.
  • They have a longer life span, no matter how low maintenance. It will last up to 20 years but must be sealed every one to five years.
  • Seamless gutters are less likely to leak since they don’t have any seams.
  • Maintenance is not often required since they don’t need regular cleaning. By adding leaf guards, it will reduce the blockages.


  • Seamless gutters can be more expensive because they require professional installation and gutter lengths must be custom-made specifically for your home.
  • If you must replace or repair it, you won’t be able to isolate a single section. Seamless gutters require the entire piece of gutter to be repaired. If you live in some area where weather conditions are often bad, this can be a very costly choice for you.

Regular (Traditional) Gutters

Traditional gutters are also known as sectional gutters because manufacturers make them in few sections and later put them together. To prevent leaking, dripping or breaking each joint must be sealed with roof and gutter sealant. This sealant can last up to one to five years, so it must be maintained often. It is not customized and can be found in any home improvement store. All standard gutter materials are an option for regular gutters.


  • Regular gutters cost less than seamless since they are stock material and not tailored made.
  • If repair is necessary, you can replace only one section.
  • If you are handy and good with housework you can perform DIY installation.


  • By installing regular gutters, you are required to perform regular maintenance and cleaning. You must reseal seams and unclog any waste.
  • Holes and gaps in joints can cause leaks.
  • When it comes to your home’s exterior look, many joints put together around the house can seem unappealing.

How We Do It?

7 Steps Gutter Installation Process


Step 1 - Evaluating your property

Materials and tools that we use for installing your rain gutter are an integral part of this process. Before this first step, we can assume that you chose the material, style, and color of your future gutter. At the beginning, we measure every inch of your home exterior to ensure the gutter fits properly. Also, we will here tell you an estimated price depending on materials used. This is also the step where we talk through the plan, and we respect your wishes accordingly.

Step 2 – Snapping Layout Lines

Now that we have measured everything and brought all necessary material and equipment, we start the work. The first thing that we do is check your fascia board for any damage or rot. If there are any rotten parts, it has to be fixed on-site because it can affect the installation. If everything is in order we mark the gutter line on the fascia board.

Step 3 – Brackets Attachment and Gutters and Downspouts Cutting

After we plotted out and estimated the process, we will attach the mounting brackets to the fascia board. We measure the exact number of feet of gutter you’ll need. We also add the possible overlap and excess material. Different pieces usually overlap by 8 inches, so we mark joints for each section. To the bottom of each section, we add elbow downspouts.

Step 4 – Joining Pieces and Attaching End Caps

Depending on your choice, we affix the end cap with pop rivets or self-taping screws. Next, we take silicone glue and seal it all around to attach it properly. Remember that gutter sealant is a crucial part of installing regular gutters, since it will reduce the cost of maintenance.

Step 5 – Hanging Gutters and Cutting Downspout Holes

If your house is standard and floorplan, we will install downspouts on the corners. The downspout location will coincide with those points measured before in Step 3. After cutting holes, we begin to hang gutters on the brackets. We place each gutter against the brackets and put them upward to hook properly.

Step 6 – Joining and Sealing Corners

Joining and sealing the corners will secure the gutters even more. We use miter joints which are strips of aluminum that cover both sides of each corner. To seal it better and further we would crimp the top of the outer side of strip miter. Again silicon glue must be applied to seal off all rivet holes and gaps. By performing this, we secure your gutter from leaking.

Step 7 – We Ensure and Connect All Downspouts

Here we ensure proper drainage on the sides of the house and far away from the foundation. Each downspout will be placed in the proper position, All West Rain Gutter installers will use pop rivets to secure them. To ensure that they will be kept in place we affix the brackets into the sidings.

Popular Gutter Styles

Gutters come in three different styles:


K-style rain gutters are very popular in the last 50 years, but older homeowners still purchase them today. When you spot it from the side, it somewhat looks like letter K. This style of gutter may be directly nailed to the fascia board because it has flat back. Its front side is very decorative and looks like crown molding. K-style gutters can carry more water because of flat bottoms and straight-angled sides. They are specially designed for areas where rainfall is common. The only disadvantage is that K-style gutters are hard to clean since inner angles gather rotting waste.

Customized Fascia Gutters

This gutter style can make your exterior look more contemporary and sleek. Fascia gutters aren’t sold in pieces that you can put together, so the joint is likely to rust and leak after some time. These gutters are custom build and they come in one whole section made of aluminum. Sometimes they cost twice the K-style gutter, and we don’t recommend installing them by yourself.

Half-Round Gutters

Half-round gutters make up part of the traditional building style which started around 1960s. Also, if your neighborhood is older and has historical value, local authorities may even require installing this gutter. This gutter has tube cut in half-like shape and isn’t particularly decorative and appealing. Half-round gutters are exposed to debris and leaf clogs so if you decide on this gutter style make sure to install leaf guard too. You would also need brackets because their curved sides won’t have direct contact with fascia board.

The Cost of Gutter Installation in Orange County

The cost of the gutter depends on many factors such as material, color, design, style, size and whether you install it for the first time or need replacement. There are variety of rain gutters available on the market. We should always look for the one which is the most durable and easy to maintain.

Vinyl gutters are probably the least expensive and easy to work with. It will typically cost you between $1 to $3 dollars, so if you need around 200 linear feet of vinyl, it will cost you somewhat $200-$600. Aluminum gutters cost $5 to $15 per linear foot. It is rust-resistant, so it is a better option than vinyl. The most expensive one is definitely copper costing $30 to $40 per linear foot, so for the 200 feet project you will pay from $6000 to $8000.

These are just estimates based on Orange County current prices. Please call us at (714) 661-4242 for accurate estimate for your property.

Gutter Glossary – Gutter Composition

Gutters represent the industry on their own, and there are certain terms and pseudonyms for their parts. In the following sections we will get acquainted with the anatomy of rain gutters and learn these terms.

  • Hangers are important part of the gutter since hangers support the bottom and reduce sagging.
  • End caps – The end of a gutter requires an end cap to close and seal it off.
  • Pipe cleats – They secure the downspout.
  • Downspout elbow – An elbow is placed at the bottom of the downspout. It is an angled piece which is perfect for directing water away from the foundation.
  • Downspout – It is the most important part of the gutter. It is placed vertically on the house side and directs water from roof to the ground.
  • Ferrule – It is a hollow pole which closes the long screw needed to attach gutter to the house.
  • Mitered corner – It is a gutter corner piece needed to fit to the corner of the roof.
  • Gutter – There any many choices, types, and materials to be chosen. They will usually come in pieces of different lengths called sections. Except for seamless gutter which come in one piece.


Our customers usually ask for 5- or 6-inches seamless gutters. The size will also depend on the size of your home and the climate you live in. So, if you for example live in an area where storms are present, we’ll recommend the 6-inch kind.

Gutter cleaning depends a lot on trees and weather in areas you live in. Usually, you’ll clean it four or five times a year if trees hang above your gutter. If there are only a few trees around, you twice a year will be sufficient.

There are several reasons why people replace existing gutters. Some of them include leaky and worn out gutters. Old gutters usually won’t drain properly and may start to break away from the house. Sometimes clients just want their houses to look more appealing, so we change gutters.

Gutters without downspouts will most likely fail to move water away from roof or foundation. So, downspouts are an integral part of gutter because it creates tight system with no leaks.

Call Us Today for Free Quote on #1-Ranked Gutter Installation in Orange County Area

When it comes to gutter installation, you want to choose a knowledgeable contractor and get the best outcome for your gutter system, and that’s All West Rain Gutters. Our company provides fast, top-quality gutter installation for commercial buildings and residential properties. Our gutters protect your property from early deterioration caused by defective or damaged gutter systems. Call us today or fill out the form below and our reps will contact you the same day and provide a quote.

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