For architects, designers, builders and homeowners that want to enjoy the durability, longevity, value and environmentally friendly nature of copper but would prefer a gray earth tone, tin-zinc coated copper (FreedomGray – TM) is the copper industry’s recent answer with the same long lasting, durable, weatherability attributes as pure copper other than the color. Tin-zinc coated copper weathers to a matte gray appearance and any rain water runoff blends well with white or light surfaces. Rutland has the largest selection of half round copper gutters, quarter round copper gutters and K-Style copper gutters in the USA, with all the copper gutter accessories to match. Rutland has a very large variety of seamless copper gutter sizes available for residential architecture as well as for the largest commercial building designs. Rutland’s half-round copper gutter sizes range from 5″ to 10″. Copper gutters are available as curved or copper radius gutters, embossed copper gutters and as copper box gutters. Rutland has copper gutter miters, flat endcap and radius copper end caps. Matching Freedom Gray tin-zinc coated downspouts are also available.
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Freedom Gray Copper Gutters
Freedom Gray gutters are copper gutters made with with FreedomGray (TM) by Revere Copper which is a tin-zinc alloy applied to both sides of copper coils or copper sheets. Similar to pure copper there will always be variations in the shades and hues of FreedomGray gutters natural patina and weathering. Like pure copper, these variations give Freedom Gray gutters their aesthetics, elegance and unique life. Over time these initial differences lessen and blend together. FreedomGray gutters are another alternative to lead-coated copper gutters and zinc gutters, when an architectural grayish earth tone is preferable. FreedomGray zinc-tin coated copper gutters enjoy the same workability, durability and longevity as copper gutters, without the extreme cold, underside corrosion, soldering and thermal expansion issues of zinc gutters.