Gutter Wedges

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Gutter Hanger Wedges

A gutter wedge is a device that helps to support the gutter and allows it to hang in a straight line. This enables it to work effectively while simultaneously not disrupting the outer look of the home.

Gutter wedges are molded into triangular or ‘L’ shapes and wedged against the eves of the house. While one side will be a 90-degree angle, the other corner of the wedge must correspond to the angle of the eaves, so they perfectly align.

They are used on buildings that have pitched or slanted fascia boards and work by pushing the bottom of the gutter out so that it becomes level with the ground.

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Benefits

Cost Effective

Over time the savings from its durability and non-rusting properties will pay for itself.

Durable

Incredibly strong and able to withstand the most extreme elements.

FAQs

When it comes to gutter wedges, there are many different styles, sizes, and materials that you can choose from. You may wish to think about the climate in the area where you live, as some materials stand up better against severe weather than others. Making sure that the gutter wedge is at the proper angle is also imperative.

If you are considering installing gutter wedges yourself, it is essential to make sure that you do so with care and precision. Here are some tips to help you:

  • Ensure that your gutter wedges are installed evenly, and on the same spacing as the hidden hangers. This should be anywhere between every 24 inches to 32 inches.
  • If installed on an angled Fascia board, the gutter wedges should be made as level as is permitted.
  • Measure angles accurately, one aspect should be a 90-degree angle, and all angles should add up to 180 degrees.

Rutland normally uses UPS ground shipping with express shipping also available at extra cost. Extra large or very heavy items may need to be shipped via freight company, FOB Orlando, Florida. Applicable shipping weight includes packaging and crating if required. Orders may also be picked up at our warehouse in Orlando.

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