Fig. 48. - Cornice with Standing Gutter.
These are variously formed on roofs and in cornices and are worth from 4 to 10 cents per lineal foot. A standing gutter on a roof is worth from 4 to 6 cents per foot. A flush gutter or one sunk in a roof or cornice is worth from 6 to 10 cents per foot. Fig. 46 shows a cornice with a standing gutter on the roof. The gutter is usually placed on the second or third course of shingles, and consists of one piece standing square with the roof, as shown by the dotted lines, and is usually supported by small brackets on the under side with end pieces as shown. G is the gutter, C the crown molding, Fa the fascia, P the planceer, B the bed molding, F the frieze and S the sheeting. Fig. 47 shows a gutter formed in the cornice with four pieces - namely, a bottom, two sides and a fillet, all as shown by the dotted lines. G is the gutter, FL the fillet, C the crown mold, Fa the fascia, P the planceer, B the bed molding, F the frieze and S the sheeting. To make this kind of a gutter is worth 10 cents per lineal foot.