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Posted by Marty in Brooklyn on August 4th, 2000 08:05 AM

The gutter system I have on my house is not in the most
ideal of conditions, I mean that 1) it gets clogged by debris
2) there are some leaks at certain joints, 3) there are certain areas
where the water pools.

I know that I could re-pitch the gutter so that the water doesn't pool,
and use gutter guards for falling debris and so on.

But recently I've seen an ad for rain dispersal systems
where the water doesn't run in a gutter to the drain
or downspout but actually are louvers that disperses the water in a 2-3 ft
band of soft rain droplets and never needs cleaning.

I would like to know if anyone has actually seen the system in use
and if it is more practical that the one gutter system.

Your feedback is deeply appreciated.


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