This beautiful home in Uxbridge is 120 years old. Still looks great!
It had galvanized gutters which we replaced with new 5 inch aluminum eavestroughs and 3” x 3” downpipes. And if you look closely at the picture, you’ll see that we added the original conductor heads. These are the boxes that the downpipes go into.
These were originally rainwater leader heads – where the water would collect inside them and then slowly drain into the downpipe. These ones are decorative rather than functional, but they replicate the original ones that were originally on the house.
Another nice touch from the crew at True North!
Reminds me of another house we did in Picton. We put a nice copper eavestroughing system on it. You can read about it here
At True North Eavestroughing, quality is our priority.