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PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:53 am 
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I have tried instaling a water but,i have put guttering on the shed but there is a gap between the roof of the shed and guttering,so the rain runs off the roof through the gap missing the guttering.
the guttering is lower than the roof so i need to attach something between the roof and the guttering i have temporary put duct tape.
what would be the best solution .

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 Post subject: Re: Guttering
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In an ideal situation the roof will overhang to the centre line of the gutter.

What is the roof construction? How much overhang is there?

I'd be looking at a getting some dpc of an appropriate width underneath the existing roof covering and extending out to the gutter, but the feasibility of that would depend on the construction.

It may also be possible to use a different method of attaching the guttering to bring it closer.

Pics could help.

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You could try using some eaves protection to sit under the felt and then lap down into the guttering. I have seen this done many times and is a pretty cheap solution that will last the life of the shed.

something like this: https://bit.ly/2XUG5Wo

Best of luck.


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