Rivets help hold things together.
Stainless rivets are nice.
A person could "beef" up the end caps with rivets, and maybe get a piece of
sheet metal strapping that could be
riveted to the panels, and then attached to the gutter.
I imagine a lot of things, and not seeing the situation is a bit difficult
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My home is constructed of foam-and-steel panels. Unlike sips with plywood,
the panels are coated with stucco cement. The roof is also constructed of
these panels, with metal end-caps, and a steel roof over them.
I want to add gutters to the home, but I do not know what the capacity for
holding them on would be if they are just attached to the metal end-cap. Is
there a solution that also slips under the metal roof (between it and the
foam) that I can then screw down to the roofing panels?