Dark bronze inner and outer corners on first and second floors.
Downspouts and water table
Corner and three downspouts going into underground pipes.
Just a beautiful church
Classic design with colors in harmony.
Water management is always an important aspect of any building and especially with large roof areas funneling large volumes of water.
Spire and corners
The standing seam on the spire is a natural and beautiful feature on any church.
The conductor heads were manufactured by Ruff Roofers in galvanized material and powder coated to match by Nordic Gutters.
Steep roof angles are no problem for the Nordic roof mounted hangers. Strong and easy to install.
Snow guards to break up the snow before if comes flying off the roof, is always recommended.
Chapel bay windows
The chapel has 3 windows and a side door. The 135 degree outside miters are standard inventory at Nordic. All made without any caulk preventing any leakage.
Massive roof area
Tying downspouts into underground piping, especially from larger roof areas is a great idea to manage the water flow, while keeping the landscaping looking pristine.
Diverters are used to funnel rainwater on areas of the roof lacking a gutter, to areas that have a gutter system.
Another trio of downspouts
Very clean gutter system installation that complements the architecture and colors.
Tucked in the corner
Just an example of how great a gutter system can look when it is incorporated correctly, and the system is of high quality.
Steeple and great looking spire
Downspouts appear almost as an integrated part of the building. Very tasteful.
The downspout brackets grip firmly on the downspout. Without perforating the actual downspout preventing any leakage or stops.