gutter put back up correctly
Well, our gutter is back up but now I am concerned the guy(s) who put it back up did it correctly. Our gutters are 20 years old and had these spikes (maybe 6" long) that went thru the front lip of the gutter thru the backside of the gutter and into the roof. Like I had mentioned in an earlier post, the entire gutter (12+ feet) blew off. It was in fine shape with all the 6" spikes still in place in the gutter. Well my wife had a gutter person reccomended from a friend out and they reinstalled it. I guess they came out with brackets they did not fit and the installer ended up at HD or Lowes to get screws. You'd think they have the right parts with them...they gitters are 20 years old though...maybe those parts are different than modern gutters not sure. I can not actually see what they did without going on the roof---I have no ladder. I could crawl out my bedroom window and try to peak but the weather is bad right now. I was able to poke the gutter thru my bedroom window and it seams more secure than others but the thing that concerns me is that there are no screws or spikes going thru the front lip any more. You can see the holes every 16" - 24" or so but no spikes or screws anymore--I see no brackets either. I assume they somehow just put screws thru the backside of the gutter. Is this ok? I paid $100 so I want to make sure this was done correctly. Thoughts?