Miami-Dade: 786-704-1889
Broward: 954-825-6154
Palm Beach: 561-395-1664
Also known as eaves troughs, guttering or just gutters, they are narrow channels, or troughs, key to routing rain runoff from a very large surface -- the roof -- to proper drainage via downspouts away from homes and buildings to protect the foundation, siding, windows, doorways, landscaping, crawl spaces etc.

Today's rain gutters can be constructed from a variety of materials in different formats to enhance the gutters' decorative characteristics to functionality -- when considering the design of the roof, the building method and the desired appearance.

We, here at Rain Shield Gutters, focus on Copper, Aluminum and Galvanized or Painted Steel Gutters. We use materials made with primary metals to the requisite gauge whether the installation be our standard seamless K-Format gutters, customized box gutters or simply leader heads with their corresponding components.
They are narrow channels which collect rainwater from the roof of a building and divert it away from the structure, typically into a drain; you can find them in 6” or 7” inches.
They are made of Copper which makes them more durable and they look more appealing to the eye.
Rain chains connect to your gutter and gently guide rainfall to the ground, Rain Chains act as linked funnels that are a decorative alternative to a cheerless gutter downspout. Rainwater playfully dances and flows down the hand-crafted pure copper channels producing a pleasing sound as it is guided from the rooftop to the ground.
They are made to protect the gutters from the leafs, And prevent an obstruction, that will stop the water to drain threw the gutters.
Traditionally used to collect excess rain water, these Leader Heads will help diffuse gushing water as it travels through your gutters
We want to help our customers to prevent the damages that a hurricane may cause.

The shutter includes an arm swingably driven by an actuater and provided at a forward end with a pair of shutter blades. The objective lens is placed in a range over which the pair of shutter blades swing as the arm swings so that the objective lens may be received in a gap defined between this pair of shutter blades and the objective lens may be opened or shut as the arm swings.
Also, the Shutters will help to prevent the damages that a hurricane may cause to your house.

We offer 3 different types:
Rain Shield Gutters Corp.
Weston, Florida
Miami-Dade: 786-704-1889
Broward: 954-825-6154
Palm Beach: 561-395-1664