MYTH 1: Eavestrough corners always leak
A properly sealed corner on a system with the right slope should provide years of leak free service
MYTH 2: Eavestroughs can be sloped by eye.
An eavestrough system cannot be sloped properly by just looking and guessing. No house is perfectly straight. To achieve a consistent even slope, a long level must be used.
MYTH 3: A poorly done eavestrough system is easy to identify
What makes a system work properly and effectively cannot be seen while standing on the ground. The effectiveness of an eavestrough system is found inside the gutter.
Deep standing water
Substandard screws holding the system together
Hangers spaced too far apart
Just because an eavestrough system looks good on a drive by, doesn’t mean it’s built to last.
MYTH 4: 6” eavestrough will handle more water than 5” eavestrough
The volume of water a system can handle is not limited by the size of the eavestrough rather; the size and number of down pipes determine the volume an eavestrough system can handle. The number and size of the down pipes a house needs will vary depending on the roof area and architectural design.
MYTH 5: Gutter Screens will make an eavestrough system work better.
Not all gutter screens are the same. There are several different styles to choose from, varying in style, material, and price. Most aren’t worth taking off the store shelf.
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