Got up on a ladder today outside and the drip tube exits at the top of the fascia board where they must have drilled a hole for it. Then afterward when we had the new Marley typhoon spouting installed last year the spouting installers cut a hole in the guttering to accomodate the tube poking out. So the guttering has a gap or hole it wouldn’t have had otherwise.
Is it normal practice to put a drip tube there? I would have preferred they had run the tube to the west side, gone down through the soffit close to the wall then down the wall to the ground like our electrician did to put a power point in out the back yard.