Putting up the gutters starts with drawing a line on the face of the building starting at the high end, right underneath the roof that extends out 1/2 to 1 inch. This line needs to slope about 1/2 inch for each 20 feet of gutter, so the water will travel toward the down spout.
We used the long screws that go from the outside of the gutter and attach through to the back side and attach the gutter to the building.We pre-drilled the holes to make it easier to set the screw.
Before we cut the gutter we measured twice to make sure it was the right length and pieced together the end section with the downspout to make sure it would end where we wanted it to.
Where the gutters meet , we put the connecting piece. This is done after both pieces have been attached to the building. We used small screws to firmly attach this piece to the building as well.After everything is in place then we used the gutter caulk to seal the seams. We then placed the screens on the gutter to keep out debris . We have used this method on the 1st building and it has worked very well.