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This downpipe's location is causing damage to the side of the home. Water is pouring down the side.
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Upper portion is missing a downpipe.
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An elbow is needed and it needs to be sloped away from the house.
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Downpipe needs to be relocated around the corner.
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Water is sitting in the trough.
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Original downpipe is broken due to ice expansion.
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Temporarily diverting the water away from the house.
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The Challenge

During an assessment, the customer reported issues with their eavestroughs and downpipes. On the left side of their home the downpipes were broken and leaking (likely from ice issues in the winter) and over the garage area, the eavestrough seemed to be pooling instead of draining properly.

The Solution

The client received and accepted a quote for replacing the downpipe on the left portion of the house and repairing the existing eavestrough. A new 3×3 downpipe was installed where the missing downpipe was located. They relocated the downpipe near the left front corner to reduce the amount of water gushing into the outlet. The downpipe located on the right side over top of the garage was relocated at the bottom with an elbow directed towards the left portion of the eavestrough.

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