The slope of the roof or gutter, often expressed in degrees, or as a ratio of vertical height to horizontal distance (e.g. 1 in 20).
A board, or rolled metal product of similar dimensions, fixed along the eaves, to which a gutter is secured.
A device fitted to a downpipe preventing sediment and debris from entering a rainwater tank.
nails or clouts used to fasten cladding to a building structure.
Flashing A material, usually metal, used to waterproof the junction between two intersecting roof and/or wall surfaces. At a masonry wall, it is often built into the mortar.