I have a super gutter that is made of asphalt. The length of this gutter is
about 35 feet and there is a drain to a downsprout below at one end. The
gutter is not sloped steep enough and there are a couple of "dips" along the
way that mades puddles.
I would like to recoat the gutter with some elastomeric coating, but I am
trying to think of a way to see if I can "build up" one side of it and
reshape the slope to make it smoother and steeper. I cannot think of a way
to do that. I know there are rubberdized compound I can use to fill in the
puddles, but I cannot think of a way to reshape the slope of the gutter.
The only think I can think of is to apply the coating gradually and
progressively. If I apply a complete coat first time, then from the drain I
back of 1 foot, apply another coat from there to the beginning of the
gutter, then back off another feet and repeat, then by the end I would have
35 coats on one end and one coat on the other. That would be very time
consuming and extremely costly. Any thoughts and ideas?
Thanks in advance,