Guest User
4/4/2004
Have metal roof with 5in gutters, with light rain all works well but in heavy rain water over shoots gutters completely, 6in gutters would help some but dont think total solution, any thoughts??
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
4/4/2004
Going to a 6" gutter will help. Additionally, mount the gutters as high as possible, maintaining proper slope for drainage. Putting splash guards at the bottom of valleys may be helpful too.
Steven Metzler
4/5/2004
When starting a new roof should the roof be started on one end or should it be layed out so there is not a small piece left?
Guest User
8/3/2008
I've tried those things, do you have any other suggestions? DO you know if there is any way to put some sort of a devirter at the bottom of the panel to slow the water down some how? [email protected]
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
8/8/2008
Most products are designed to install from one side to the other.
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