not sure what is best use of gutters that are creating a fix every year.
Original home has 4 gutters that run down sides of house to drain pipes that sit flush to house and lead to a dry well.
existing porch was made into closed in sunroom. the gutter that ran straight down the side of the house is cut down to the new roof line on the sunroom addition. the water travels down the new roof line down the side of the sunroom, back over to the original drain pipe location that sits flush to home. when looking at the shape of it, it resembles a nubmer 5 without the top line. so the water travels down the roof, into the gutter runs down the side of house (where was cut short), then flows to the sunroom addition which tilts it away from house, then with an elbow goes back underlining the sunroom additin and into the drain pipe.
we were told to have this done but not sure if this pattern of water would create too much flow into one section of a gutter:
Instead of the roof line on the sunroom addition being tilted away from the house, have it tilt back to the house and put a gutter straingt along the side of home as it was originally. this time water travels in one straight line from the house roof, joins with the sunroom addition roof, they combine and go to drain pipe toghther.
My issue is which way is better? the new option seems like backup would occur where the two gutter meet. However the current situation calls for much water coming from elbow and always fixing it.
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!!