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Old 03-08-2016, 09:03 PM   #1
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Over the summer I installed vinyl gutters on my house. After the recent rains I am noticing that there is a fair amount .25" amount of water staying in the gutters. I have made many attemps to slope these gutters properly, but still cant get it. Should I tear them all off and go with metal or is it OK to have a little residual water left in the gutters. Thanks

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A little water is no big deal, but I haven't seen a vinyl set hold up well long term in my observations.

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I agree with WoW a little water is no big deal.
I am not a big fan of vinyl gutters but since you already have them installed I'd live with what you have.
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Vinyl gutters always look like crap. They always sag and get worse over time. Seamless aluminum is they way to go.
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