Look at the picture below. The picture was taken from the top of the roof of a new home, looking down into a valley of sorts. What's wrong? Is that a piece of debris left over from the roofers? Or is some new type of "gutter guard"?
HINT: Gutters should be used at the end of the roof, not the middle.
ANSWER: No, it is not a piece of debris. It is a piece of gutter installed intentionally toward the end of the valley. Apparently in an attempt to direct runoff into the gutter/downspout system. But this is highly irregular, don't you think? A closer view is shown below.
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