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wewantutopia 08-24-2012 09:36 AM

Gutter Hanger Manufacturer
 
Hello, can anyone tell me who makes hangers like these? I haven't been able to find them anywhere. Part of my house has them and part doesn't. I'm re-roofing the part that has a different style and I'd like to use these instead.

Thanks!


https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-z...UNSET%255D.jpg

seeyou 08-25-2012 06:14 PM

http://www.classicgutters.com/Nehemiah/00000038.html

wewantutopia 08-26-2012 10:18 AM

You are the man!! Thanks a lot.

One more question:

What is the name of the gutters that use these type of hangers. We have standard K style gutters but the back has a bend to allow these hangers to hold them up.

When looking at big box stores, the back of all K style gutters are straight vertical with no bend. Plus they are the same height as the front so no extra material to add a bend with a break.

Knowing the name would be helpful when looking around or calling someone to do seamless so I can describe what I want.

Thanks again!

wewantutopia 04-23-2013 05:10 PM

Bump:

What is the name of the GUTTERS that use these type of hangers.They look like standard K style gutters but the back has a bend to allow these hangers to hold them up.

When looking at big box stores, the back of all K style gutters are straight vertical with no bend. Plus, the front and the back are the same height so there is no extra material to add a bend with a break.

Knowing the name would be helpful when looking around or calling someone to do seamless so I can describe what I want.

Thanks again!

mj12 04-23-2013 09:29 PM

I have always called them half round. K with a bend in the back, not sure.

InspectorZo 04-23-2013 09:59 PM

Thanks!
 
I love how every day I can and do learn something new. Very cool, Thanks!!!

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Quote:

Originally Posted by seeyou (Post 996254)


wewantutopia 04-23-2013 10:46 PM

The gutters on our house use these hangers but they are k style (not half round). They have the bend on the back to accept the hangers.

We need new gutters and would like to get the same kind, these hangers are great due to their adjustability. Gutters attached directly to the fascia always seem to sag over time...

AndyWRS 04-24-2013 10:07 PM

As far i as know they support the majority of the weight of the gutter, except near down spouts where the DS is attached to the wall. It appears the gutter just hangs from these brackets vs the regular K style brackets that are fastened into the rafter tail through the fascia.

I am not a rod and nut type fan, but i am a nut:)

Never seen the rod and nut type hangers on a K style gutter though, must be a regional thing. Zo, you ever seen those on anything but a half round style here in Cal?

wewantutopia 04-26-2013 02:14 PM

Here is a photo of our gutter, you can see the bend on the left so it can be supported by the bracket:


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-x...424_190435.jpg

jagans 04-26-2013 04:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wewantutopia (Post 996659)
You are the man!! Thanks a lot.

One more question:

What is the name of the gutters that use these type of hangers. We have standard K style gutters but the back has a bend to allow these hangers to hold them up.

When looking at big box stores, the back of all K style gutters are straight vertical with no bend. Plus they are the same height as the front so no extra material to add a bend with a break.

Knowing the name would be helpful when looking around or calling someone to do seamless so I can describe what I want.

Thanks again!

This type of hanger is usually used with a half round gutter, not a K Style. By the way the "K" Comes from the letter given to the illustration in the SMACNA Manual. :thumbsup:

wewantutopia 04-27-2013 05:49 PM

Have you ever seen a k style gutter with a bend like that?


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