• Gutters are attached with internal brackets (hidden hangers) and secured to the fascia with weather proof screws vs. nails or a spike & ferrule system providing greater stability and a much cleaner look.
• Gutters are installed using a level. This is the only accurate way to properly pitch a gutter.
• 90-degree box miters are used vs. strip miters providing greater strength at inside and outside corners.
• Matching colored rivets are used in miters vs. screws, which accumulate or hold debris.
• The entire inside of the miter is caulked instead of a single bead at the seam to insure no leaking.
• Downspouts are assembled using matching color ceramic-coated screws and attached to the buildings using decorative pipe bands.
• Tip-Up Extensions are fabricated using a double washer and rivet hinge system instead of screws. This provides greater stability and smoother operation of the Extension.