What are they?
As you can guess by the name, end caps fit onto either end of the gutter run. Gutter runs are installed with a slight angle in order to ensure that the water flows toward the downspout. However, heavy and persistent rainfall can fill up your gutters even when they are working properly. End caps act as a block to any water that would flow down onto your landscaping.
Unlike end caps, it is not easy to guess what miters do just by their name. They serve a vital purpose though. During the installation of seamless gutters, the only spots where a break in the gutter run occurs is at corner points. This is where miters come in, keeping your gutter runs connected around corners. These L shaped fittings come in two varieties, outside and inside. Outside miters are used on outer angles and inside miters are used on inner angles. Using these two types together will keep water runoff where you want it while matching the look and style of the gutter system around your home.
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Pro is a gutter contractor with more than 17 years of experience with installing beautiful and affordable gutters and gutter protection on homes all over Michigan. We also feature an industry-leading warranty meaning you can rest assured knowing we guarantee all aspects of the install. We are based in Ferndale, but we regularly complete gutter projects in places like Detroit, Ann Arbor, West Bloomfield, Metamora, and even Flint!
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