closeup illustration of gutter fastened with a bracket
Illustration: Jason Lee
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Mounting Methods

Gutters attach to the eaves two ways: to the fascia—the boards that cover rafter ends—or to the roof. Fascia-hung gutters are sturdier and more secure, but if the fascia is nonexistent or covered with crown molding, roof mounting may be your only choice.

For Plumb Fascia: Bracket
Cradles trough from underneath, so it's open and easy to clean. Cast brackets are stronger than stamped ones. Place every 32 inches, or every 24 inches in snow country.
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