Elbows are fittings that attach to the downspout. One end of the gutter elbow is crimped so that it can fit inside another elbow or downspout.
Elbows are used at the bottom of the downspout at ground level to direct drainage in a particular direction.
Two elbows coming from the gutter are used to span the length of the eave so the downspout can be directly mounted to the wall of the structure.
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Rectangular A Elbow
An "A" style elbow refers to an elbow that, when attached to a downspout, angles the...
Rectangular B Elbow
A "B" style elbow refers to an elbow that, when attached to a downspout, angles the...
Plain Round Elbow
The most common downspout and elbow system to use with half round gutters ....
Round Corrugated Elbow
The corrugations give the round downspouts rigidity . Each elbow is crimped to...