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August 20, 12:50 PM [GMT -5]

1. Stainless steel screws should be used @100% chromium and nickel. ( No mangnetic attraction at all.)
2. Supports are needed at 1 ft on center due to the fact heavy sand/grit comes off the shingles and stays in the gutters, and leaves and water will stand in them as well.
3. All screw holes should be drilled put above your intended high water mark.
4. Drip edge sheet metal should be behind gutters if they are already installed. I am a general contractor / home inspector--

May 22, 3:02 PM [GMT -5]

After reviewing several sites, I found everything I needed to know in this article to get started on installing new gutters on our house.

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