Extreme Miter Inside Gutter Corner 5" (10) Extreme Miter Inside Gutter Corner 5" (10) Hallett Gutter Cover The 5" Extreme Mitre Inside Gutter Corner is an inside gutter miter with an extended front end. It’s designed to help prevent overflowing from a roof valley in heavy rainwater conditions; a common problem with conventional inside box miters and inside miter strips. (Inside mitres are susceptible to heavy rainwater flow from roof valleys.) The Extreme Miter’s Inside Gutter Corner’s enlarged catch basin helps direct water away from the front edge and channels it through the gutter troughs to prevent overflowing.   5" gutters (Click here for 6" Extreme Mitre Inside Gutter Corner) 10 per box Works on inside corners Available in 12 colors (High Gloss White, Low Gloss White, Almond, Terretone, Bronze, Hickory Clay, Black, Boston Gray, Royal Brown, Musket Brown)

Extreme Miter Inside Gutter Corner 5" (10)

Code: EM5
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The 5" Extreme Mitre Inside Gutter Corner is an inside gutter miter with an extended front end. It’s designed to help prevent overflowing from a roof valley in heavy rainwater conditions; a common problem with conventional inside box miters and inside miter strips. (Inside mitres are susceptible to heavy rainwater flow from roof valleys.)

The Extreme Miter’s Inside Gutter Corner’s enlarged catch basin helps direct water away from the front edge and channels it through the gutter troughs to prevent overflowing.

 

    The 5" Extreme Mitre Inside Gutter Corner is an inside gutter miter with an extended front end. It’s designed to help prevent overflowing from a roof valley in heavy rainwater conditions; a common problem with conventional inside box miters and inside miter strips. (Inside mitres are susceptible to heavy rainwater flow from roof valleys.)

    The Extreme Miter’s Inside Gutter Corner’s enlarged catch basin helps direct water away from the front edge and channels it through the gutter troughs to prevent overflowing.