What is your preferred way to connect commercial-sized downspouts to historic brick? The brick is from around 1900 (and stop sniggering about the "historic", all you Old Country folks) and is that lovely red-clay rolled brick we have in the American south. There's already a lot of spalling issues with the brick, so I'd like to suggest something appropriate to the building owners.
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