gutters Gutter up 3 March 2016 Steve Leave a comment Unlike the political scrum that should be flushed away, M&R Seamless Gutters today helps to protect Emerald Hill from the deluge that will come. Photo essay: The 40-foot run of seamless gutter destined for the back of the garage. The other end of the 40-foot gutter. Alex sets up the next run of gutter to extrude from the brake that folds the flat aluminum into a six-inch gutter. Alex, left, and Grigorio, right, hoist the gutter into position at the low end of the shed roof over the new garage. After screwing the left end of the gutter into position, Alex shifted around Grigorio to the right side of the garage. They leveled the gutter and then added pitch, with direction from Marvin, on the ground at left. Alex cuts the end of the next gutter run to 45 degrees … Attaches the tape measure to the end of the gutter, starts the brake machine, turns and walks away as the brake extrudes the formed gutter … The brake extrudes the gutter … The gutter continues to extend further … And further … Alex walks back to stop the brake. Alex delivers the next length of gutter, fresh off the brake. Grigorio, left, and Marvin, on the roof, continue installing a run of gutter at the roof off the kitchen. Test fitting the first downspout. Red downspout to match the red-painted Hardieboard on the new garage bay. Cool!