Category Archives: East

Main House Eavestroughs – Upper & Lower Downspout Installation Completed

Upper part of the downspout installed and completely painted with the verdigris finish. Different view of the upper downspout. This lower eavestrough is temporarily being set to carry the water from the main roof, over the Breezeway roof, to the … Continue reading

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Main House Eavestroughs – Lower Old Eavestrough Removal, East Side

Old eavestrough has been removed, along with the first row of old shingles.  These shingles were in bad shape and would be in the way of the new eavestrough that will run above the Breezeway roof.  Here, I’m removing the … Continue reading

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Main House Eavestroughs – Eavestrough Installation, East & North Sides

Eavestrough installation continues around the southeast corner to the east side of the house.  The corners were done using pre-fab 90 degree corner pieces.  These pieces are installed into the main run by overlapping the two sections about 8 inches … Continue reading

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Main House Eavestroughs – Bracket Installation, South & East Sides

The brackets attached to the southern fascia.  The first bracket, next to the tower, is one of the angel brackets.  In order to make sure the water flows through the eavestroughs in the proper direction (in our case, from the … Continue reading

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Main House Eavestroughs – Hardware Verdigris

As previously stated, we really wanted to install copper eavestroughs.  But, due to the high cost, it just wasn’t feasible.  So, we came up with an alternate plan.  We would purchase the eavestroughs and hardware in aluminum, and then make … Continue reading

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