End Cap: The end part that closes the gutter so that water or stray debris won’t flow out.
Drop Outlet: Connects the gutter to the downspout.
Inside Corner: It has an angled outer wall that directs the flow of water into gutter sections.
Straight Connector: Connects troughs to keep the water flow off the roof and away from the property.
Outside Corner: Has two adjoining gutters cut on 45 degree angles.
Downspout: A vertical pipe that carries water away from the house.
Elbow: A bent pipe attached to the end or top of the downspout in order to direct the flow of drainage.
Bracket: Fastens the gutter to the house.
Section: The horizontal length of the gutter that is attached to the house and where runoff water falls into.
Downpipe: A vertical pipe where water goes through from gutters and roof catchments to the drainage.
Ledge Jumper: Directs the flow of water away from the house.
Splash Block: A device that disperses water away from the house.