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  • 1. Gutters
  • 2. A rain gutter (also known as eaves trough, eaves channelguttering or simply as a gutter) is a narrow channel, ortrough, forming the component of a roof system which collectsand diverts rainwater shed by the roof.
  • 3. A rain gutter may be a: 1. Roof integral trough along the lower edge of the roof slope which is fashioned from the roof covering and flashing materials. 2. Discrete trough of metal, or other material that is suspended beyond the roof edge and below the projected slope of the roof. 3. Wall integral structure beneath the roof edge, traditionally constructed of masonry, fashioned as the crowning element of a wall
  • 4. The main purpose of a rain gutter is to protect a buildings foundation bychanneling water away from its base. They also help to reduce erosion, preventleaks in basements and crawlspaces, protect painted surfaces by reducingexposure to water, and provide a means to collect rainwater for later use.
  • 5. Rain gutters can be constructed from a variety of materials,including cast iron, lead, zinc, galvanized steel, painted steel,copper, painted aluminum, PVC (and other plastics),concrete, stone, and wood.
  • 6. Water collected by a rain gutter is fed, usually via a downspout (traditionallycalled a leader or conductor), from the roof edge to the base of the buildingwhere it is either discharged or collected. A collection system strategy forwater carried from rain gutters may include a rain barrel or a cistern.
  • 7. Different styles of gutter are produced. A Box gutter is a deep gutter which is concealed within the structure of the roof.
  • 8. Cold Form TechnologyCold forming technology exists to allow continuous guttersto be created, on site, in long individual lengths suitable to roofedge conditions, thereby reducing joints along the length of thegutter. These mostly joint free gutters are referred to as"seamless", and available in various shapes, sizes, and finishes.
  • 9.  Rain gutters can be equipped with gutter screens, louvers, or solid hoods to allow water from the roof to flow through, while reducing passage of roof debris into the gutter.
  • 10. Gutter Precautions Clogged gutters can cause water leakage into the house as the water backs up. Clogged gutters can also lead to stagnant water build up which allows mosquitoes to breed and also allow grasses and weeds to grow in the gutter. It should be done a couple times a year depending on mother nature.

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