Mandatory Downspout Disconnection

The city of Toronto’s Downspout Disconnection bylaw is now in effect. All Toronto homes must now disconnect downspouts from the city’s sewer system.

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downspoutEaves troughs and downspouts are important components of the roofing system. With more than 20 years experience, our roofing and aluminum professionals can update your eaves and downspouts in accordance with the city’s new bylaw.

When disconnecting your downspouts, Let it Rain will map out the most efficient way to drain rainwater away from your house. By properly mapping your eaves troughs and downspouts, you can extend your shingle life, minimize property erosion and protect the value of your home.

Like any project at Let It Rain, we’ll ensure your drainage system is crafted with care. Whether your downspout disconnection is a simple two-step process or a complex installation, Let It Rain will deliver a long-term solution for your home.

To learn more about the Downspout Disconnection bylaw, visit http://www.toronto.ca/water or call 311.