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    Default Gutter Joint standing water

    Hi,
    I just replace the gutters few day ago but i saw one side of the joint standing water is it normal ? or my house foundation move to that side cause to the joint standing water?

    Thanks you so much

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    If you just replaced the gutter then you you did not put enough grade on the gutter.

    How did you measure for level and set the grade for the gutters when you installed them ?

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    I ask the plumber to replace that

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    Joins will usually hold water back a little.
    Anything deeper than 10 mm is classed a fault in level for memory.

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