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Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 21, 08 at 10:53

Does anyone know about these eavesthroughs ? I just saw an advertizement about them that sounds very good.My eavesthroughs leak and I'd like to try the Rainhandler.Please let me know so i can order before it gets too cold.


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RE: rainhandler

Maybe okay for a very small home in a very low rainfall area. But in that case, you might not even need eavestroughs at all. It's best to get the runoff from your roof more than two to three feet away from your foundation.

In a thunderstorm here, the water coming down even 4" downspouts looks like something from a firehose.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rainhandler


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RE: rainhandler

Rainhandler isn't a new concept. See link.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rain Handler (Beta Version)


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