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Amerimax Home Products 10 ft. White Traditional Vinyl Gutter
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Amerimax Home Products

10 ft. White Traditional Vinyl Gutter

  • Lightweight and easy to install; painting not required
  • Rust, fade and corrosion resistant for lasting durability
  • Cuttable to desired length with a fine-toothed hacksaw

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White
  • Brown
  • White
Product Depth (in.)
4.5
Product Length (in.)
120

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Product Overview

The Rain Master 10 ft. Vinyl Gutter is lightweight and easy to install. The high-capacity gutter channels and redirects rainwater to help prevent garden erosion and foundation damage. It is engineered to withstand harsh weather conditions. The vinyl material resists rusting and corrosion. The gutter is maintenance free and cleans with a hose. It does not require paint, and the traditional style complements most homes.

  • High-capacity gutter channels and redirects rainwater to help prevent garden erosion and foundation damage
  • Vinyl material resists rusting and corrosion
  • Engineered to withstand harsh weather conditions
  • Does not require paint
  • UV stabilizers inhibit fading for utmost color retention
  • Traditional style complements most homes
  • Cleans with a hose
  • Easy installation requires no special tools, sealants or caulking

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this vinyl gutter paintable?

Asked by: Skunkbear
I'm the kind of guy that believes anything is possible. However. I don't think it would be to my advantage to negate the maintenance free properties of vinyl. If I was to paint it, I would certainly start by using a good primer specifically for plastic or vinyl. This would increase the life of the paint job considerably. Good Luck.
Answered by: 241or2for1
Date published: 2017-02-19

Safe for food?

I'd like to use a length of gutters to plant vegetables. Are these gutters safe for that? Or will they leach chemicals?
Asked by: GardenMomma
Anything made of plastic will leach tiny quantities of chemicals over time. That said, in reality you'd probably absorb more nasty stuff from nuking leftovers in a plastic food container once than using these for an entire season. If you are really concerned, they are inexpensive enough to replace every year or two.
Answered by: LaDIYBlankingDah
Date published: 2017-04-14

How does the rain gutter attach to the rafters? Your site says "10 FT.", but I see a 120" model listed?

I would like the details, and parts required to install (besides the gutter), i.e.: attachment devices (nails, etc.), gutter splices, downspouts and connections to reach to the ground level.
Asked by: Jeff
Search this manufacturer on HD's site and you'll find everything you need. they also have printed instructions available in the store.
Answered by: LaDIYBlankingDah
Date published: 2016-12-09

What is the best method to cut to length?

Tools available - Chop/Compound Miter Saw, Band Saw, Hack Saw, or Aviation Shears.
Asked by: Kayakbob
Band saw. Hack saw in a pinch.
Answered by: LaDIYBlankingDah
Date published: 2017-04-20
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10 ft. White Traditional Vinyl Gutter is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've read other reviews about these gutters and it seems the really negative ones were written b... I've read other reviews about these gutters and it seems the really negative ones were written by professional gutter installers who dislike DIY competition. This system may not be as "set it and forget it" as professional installations, but for a handy homeowner who wants to save a few hundred (or thousands) they are a very good and inexpensive alternative, especially if you just want a small area done or a something to hold you over until you can afford seamless (like me). These will pull apart at the joins unless you do one simple thing: Drill some small holes in the joiners near the top edges and set some small stainless sheet metal screws thru them and the gutter ends after installation. This keeps them from pulling apart when they expand and contract. In an enclosed roof space leave an inch or more room at each end for elbow room. You'll get some drippage at those points, but not very much. The best way way I've found to prevent dripping behind these (or any) gutters is to make sure the drip edge is held at least 1/8" away from the fascia along it's entire length BEFORE you install the gutters. I use the snap-apart plastic door/window wedges to do this, and just shove little pieces of them behind the drip edge. This works fine, and is usually permanent fix if left alone .
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I've been doing home improvement both professionally and my own for 40+ years. That said, these g... I've been doing home improvement both professionally and my own for 40+ years. That said, these gutters are such junk, that I refuse to install them for anyone ! Tried them on several homes by request, and all that I got was calls for leaking and warping. Factory hangers were used and spaced as per spec, but still is useless due to warping and leaking at seams and at the facia board. The only redeeming feature is not having to paint them as they age ! Otherwise PURE JUNK ! I tried them in the beginning on my own home, and had nothing but an ugly, sagging, warped mess in less than 2 years ! Gladly ripped down and went back to aluminum. One piece is best, but sections are still waaay better than this ! If you hate wasting $ , and doing a job 2X , then stay away from this stuff !
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stuff is garbage. I would have returned it if I hadn't figured out how bad this was until I ... This stuff is garbage. I would have returned it if I hadn't figured out how bad this was until I finished my shop. This stuff is never straight, it looks like garbae when you put it up cause its massively wavey, but what do you expect I guess when its plastic. I honestly thought it was going to be thicker so it wouldn't bend so easily, not the case. On top of that all the fitting you use to join it, cap and and create a downspout has to be caulked up the ying yang so it doesnt leak every where. Another thing is it doesn't fit flush against your board and rain will fall off the roof in between the gutter and the wood if your shingles dont over hang by at least a full inch. Even if you put the support brackets every 18 inches you still get gaps in-between the gutter and your board. Spend the couple extra bucks and get straight metal gutters, would do anything to be able to return all of this.
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolute junk. Buyer beware. I usually don't take time to write reviews and try not to be too n... Absolute junk. Buyer beware. I usually don't take time to write reviews and try not to be too negative. However, after wasting time installing this stuff only to find that it leaks behind the gutter and runs down the facia board, I'd like to save others from doing the same. The main problem is the design doesn't allow it to fit nice and tight against the facia board. There isn't a way to get it behind the roof flashing. My roof flashing has a drip edge that sticks out 1 inch beyond the edge of the facia board. There is still some water adhesion that allows some water to drip down the facia board and behind these piece of junk gutters. A properly designed gutter will slide behind the drip edge so that any water that adheres to the drip edge will still drop into the gutter. Hopefully, this will save someone from wasting their time and money.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I put these up 3 years ago and I followed the instructions to the letter. Every winter the gutter... I put these up 3 years ago and I followed the instructions to the letter. Every winter the gutters shrink up and the joints pull apart. Every spring I have to climb up and put everything back together. This summer I will be tearing them all down and replacing them. What a waste of time and money. I wouldn't recommend them for any climate where it freeezes in the winter.
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Put up this product two years ago. Nothing but problems. It expands and contracts way to much. ... Put up this product two years ago. Nothing but problems. It expands and contracts way to much. Joints pull apart or push out ends. If you try and nail it down it will warp. Don't waste your time.
Date published: 2016-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this product and loved on my cabin and I am going to use it again on my shop....I like th... I used this product and loved on my cabin and I am going to use it again on my shop....I like this product because it is light and easy to work with and functions to take water away from my building at a low cost.....I can do it as I put up the gutters on my cabin..It has to be installed as directed ..Not a good product if you want to get creative..Example be sure and get enough clips and do the prep work to the building..Just saying it worked well on my cabin so I am going to put it on my shop .....
Date published: 2017-04-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great value but its tricky I like the looks, i like how easy it goes up but the hangers create a 1/8" gap behind your fascia. So, my problem is when it rains it drips down my drip edge down on my fascia and behind the gutter in many spots. Since you can't tuck it behind the drip edge because of the back edge is too big to tuck. Solution: get some flashing to tuck under your drip edge and into your gutter. Solves my problem. I would recommend this because of the warranty. Not the hangers.
Date published: 2016-07-12
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