|Seamless Gutter Delivery makes the gutters to rough length and provides downspouts, elbows, screws, hangers and all other materials for a quality job. Also, we answer any of your installation questions.|
|Snap a chalk line for the bottom edge of the gutter. Allow 1/4 drop per 10 feet.|
|Measure for length.|
|Cut to length.|
|Cut hole for outlet with snips or saber saw.|
|Seal and attach outlet.|
|Hanging long eaves troughs yourself can be done with just a little help holding it in place.|
|Screw through elbow into outlet.|
|Clip Sampson® Hangers on every 2 feet. Screw and seal end caps on.|
|Raise the assembled gutter, tuck the back under the drip edge, or flashing (See Flashing). Rest it on temporary nails driven into the chalk line.|
|Drive hanger screw into fascia.|
|Hold the elbow in place and measure for your downspout length.|
|Cut and assemble downspouts.|
|Crimp end for insertion.|
|Upper parts inside lower parts.|
|Install down spout brackets.|
Flashing prevents leaks behind the gutter that cause damage to the fascia.Gutters need to be tucked up under an existing Drip edge, or gutter apron.
|Two kinds of flashing trim.
Gutterapron (left) and Drip edge (right)
Three Ways To Flash
|Gutter is slipped under
existing drip edge.
|Sampson® bracket installed
over flange of drip edge.
|Attach gutter with Sampson®
hangers below drip edge.
|Water will leak behind the
gutter so use an apron.
|Slip apron over drip edge
and tack under shingle.
|Do not remove an existing drip edge
because the shingles will sag and break.
|Tack gutter in place.||Slip apron under shingle.|
|Install Sampson® Hanger.|
|Colored downspouts, or leaders, are a snap to assemble and match your siding color.|
2×3 Can handle 30 ft of gutter.
3×4 Can handle 60 ft of gutter.
Choose one size for entire gutter project.
|Two kinds of elbows, A and B.|
|End Wall installation. Two “B” elbows at top and an “A” at the bottom.|
|Dumping onto another roof causes shingle erosion. Instead, connect upper downspout to lower gutter.|
Box Miter for 90 deg corners only.
|Square cut gutters.|
|Seal, screw and install first gutter on house.|
|Seal, screw and install second gutter on house.|
Bay Window or 45 deg corners.
|Cut gutters at 22.5 deg.|
|Seal, screw and install one gutter at a time on the house.|
|Sagging gutters can hold stagnant water that West Nile mosquitos can breed in. The damage is almost impossible to repair.|
|Sampson Hangers have a double support brace built in and are the strongest we could find. This hanger is the basic model where you use a screw to install it.|
|This model has the screw included and you drive the screw all the way in.|
|This is the optional roof strap that connects to either hanger and is nailed under the shingle. (Used on an angled fascia or in extremely high wind areas.)|
|Compare a Sampson® to this other “heavy duty steel” hanger.|
|1. Vertical Fascia|
|2. Angled fascia using optional roof strap.|
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Clean Sweep’s patented design allows water to flow freely while debris is lifted away from gutters with a gentle breeze.
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