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It is generally advisable to not have tree branches making contact with your house, so regardless you might want to consider trimming the branches back. Removing the tree entirely is probably overkill but is an option. Make sure to check with your local jurisdiction to see if a permit is required. Alternatively, you're just going to need to clean them out ...
I can't tell you what is the right word for the thing you have asked about but I can tell you how to replace a gutter :) First of all this isn't ideal way to install a gutter and it should be replaced. Existing gutter is too far from the edge of the roof which is not good for several reasons. Now what you should do is to place new gutters (or old ones if ...
Well I can tell you term for the 1X on the angled portion of the roof, it is rake mold. Most rake molds have a bit more elaborate profile, but there is no rule saying it can't be a simple piece of 1X. The term for the same piece running horizontally might be eave mold, but I have never heard or used it in all my years. This may have been a call made by the ...
You may want to take a look at your roof vents (stacks). There's a plastic boot around the vent that cracks over time. Rain water can leak through & travel down the pipe to the slab. If this seems likely, there's something called a Perma-boot (Home Depot, Lowes, etc.) that you can install yourself. It fits over the existing roof vent boot. Good luck!
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