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Posted in thread: Gutter Diversion Quick FIx on 12-31-2010 at 01:14 PM
What I'd suggest is putting the small section of new gutter below the existing, secured to the
fascia board, trim back the metal of the existing so it has plenty of room to drain into the
new gutter b...
Posted in thread: Gutter Diversion Quick FIx on 12-31-2010 at 12:45 PM
Deke, well thats on way to do it, but I'd suggest getting a 12" piece of 6" gutter and some
gutter brackets with the screw in fasteners, 2 end caps, 1 outlet, a tube of gutter caulk,
1-10' 3X4" down p...
Posted in thread: Gutter Diversion Quick FIx on 12-31-2010 at 11:48 AM
Thanks for the input. Here's a bad and not to scale photoshopped idea of what might work. Could
I notch out some corrugated PVC pipe, attach it to the gutter, and just run that down and away
from the ...
Posted in thread: Gutter Diversion Quick FIx on 12-30-2010 at 11:48 PM
Hi....I just purchased a place with known problems that I will be fixing over time. The
foundation is a problem due to drainage, partly because there is inadequate gutters and poor
overall drainage. I...
Posted in thread: Cottage of Disrepair on 12-30-2010 at 11:27 PM
Hi all.....just purchased a cottage on the lake I grew up on. Only way to afford it was to get
a fixer-upper in foreclosure....maybe a big mistake, maybe not. Lots to do. HELP!:eek:
- My cat is a moron, again
- Home improvement
- Re attaching flagstone in walkway
- What's that smell?
- Removing Shower Door/Frame Nails?
- Small hairline cracks in fiberglass balcony
- Tearing up ground level deck to deal with drainage issues at rear of house
- Granite Installed - Possible Issue?
- Floor Drain for AC Condensate Discharge
- Fastening to vinyl siding
- Builder's Joke Thread
- Stainless Steel Fridge
- One Word Game
- Building a Time Machine
- New construction door in pole barn with ribbed aluminum siding
- Need to temporarily remove A/C to replace decking