I'm reading your post that the gutter is highes at the mid point of he run,
and slopes downward 40 feet in each direction to a downspout at each
extreme. High point may not be in the exact middle, but that is probably a
close enough estmate. It may be 60 feet for the hudse and 20 feet for the
garage, with the high point at the apex of the "L".
I had a "Z" shape gutter run with one downspout at one end, with a 60 foot
run. The little middle leg connecting the It was a disaster regarding
I had to first "Roto Rooter" out the pipe to the dry well, then replaced the
gutter entirely with two separate runs, and add d three downspouts. Also
had to pipe runoff from
downspouts to a second drywell. It wasn't cheap and was a pain to do, but
livimg here in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Willamette Valley) we get a
lot of rain concntrated from late October through April.
Now have two straight sections, with a downsout at each nd of each section,
all piped to dry wells.
I am the third owner of this house, lived here since 1980. House built in
I'd really like to gett my hands on the original builder an architect. I
have two separate nooses with their names on them.
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