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Old 12-12-2017, 08:21 AM   #1
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Default How to Install an Eavestrough

A quality eavestrough system secured to your roof can be an important part of your home's drainage system. Not only does it keep water out of a basement, but also it protects a home’s foundation from water damage. Luckily, aluminum and vinyl eavestroughs are easy enough for any do-it-yourselfer to install.


First, you must decide where the water within the eavestrough system is going to go before hanging it. Ideally, the eavestroughs will be mounted so that water flows toward a side of the house where a downspout can safely channel it away from the foundation.




Measure the length of the roof edges where the eavestroughs will be. Eavestroughs usually come in 10-foot lengths, so take the measurement of the roof edges and divide it by 10 to find out how many troughs you will need. Add an additional 10 percent to this number in case some lengths need to be cut.




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