eavestrough


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

eavestrough

(ˈiːvzˌtrɒf)
n
(Architecture) Canadian a gutter at the eaves of a building
References in periodicals archive ?
Orillia, Canada, September 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Roofing for Less Orillia, Barrie, Midland, Newmarket, Bracebridge, and Gravenhurst's leading roofing, siding, and eavestrough installation company, is announcing the benefits of using fibreglass shingles, as opposed to asphalt or any other shingle type.
* Friends of the Ralph Connor House: $11,500 for masonry, soffit, and eavestrough repairs
Daly says if a falling tree branch cracks your eavestrough for example, you are better off fixing it yourself.
Rainwater collects in the barrel from the eavestrough and runs down a pipe to a faucet on the fence for when we're ready to use it.
So we installed a U shaped "eavestrough" along the 2x4 that runs along under those windows.
A raindrop that falls from a cloud and into an eavestrough is in a place that the cloud is not.
H's downspout from the eavestrough on H's house was pointed directly at my driveway, so in the spring, the water flowed onto my driveway and then froze into icy patches and I fell a couple of times.
Over the years they have grown to expand their products and services to include: brick and frame knockouts, custom wood work, mouldings, shutters (interior and exterior), siding, eavestrough, fascia, hardware, custom glass work, architectural decor and sealed unit repair.
Exterior water conservation is augmented with a rain barrel, supplied for plant watering, incorporated into the one eavestrough downspout.