No more clogged gutters? Absolutely.
No more water running over the edge of the gutter? Definitely.
No more nasty green algae streaks on your gutters? Wait, what? Do gutter guards do that?
There’s nothing worse than buying a gutter guard on the Big Promise that, “You will never have to climb on a ladder and clean that funky muck out of your gutter ever again”… only to have it fail after just 3 years.
Since When Does “Ever Again” Mean 3 Years?
Sadly, that’s what happens to many gutter guard buyers. It’s the skeleton in the closet that the industry doesn’t want you to know about. Fact is, 1 out of every 3 buyers have to call the installer back for a service call because the gutter guard FAILED!
So why do gutter guards fail?
- Oil from the asphalt shingles builds up, debris sticks to it and blocks proper drainage. When this happens, rain water will pour straight over gutter. A service call is a temporary fix because they are simply removing the built up debris, not the oil that causes the problem.
- Algae, Moss & Lichen will grow on your gutters creating a similar effect as the oil build up. Drainage gets blocked and every time it rains, you have a wonderful view of Niagara Falls pouring outside your window.
- Roof Pitch… Previously designed gutter guards sit flat on the gutter. This allows debris to get caught and build up in the corner just under the roof line. As time goes on, that little corner of leaves and debris begin to get bigger and bigger, holding in moisture, creating mold and mildew on your house. And if that’s not bad enough, you should see what happens in the winter with ice buildup. The weight of ice that can anchor on the old style gutter guards can build up to the point where it can rip your gutter right off your house. Not to mention the hazard of having those long heavy icicle daggers accumulate above your head.
- They still let in debris! If you can see an opening big enough to let in debris, it will still get into the gutter below. And unfortunately, some gutter guards that are currently being installed are designed to have large openings that let in debris. So how is that any better than what you currently have?
If neglected, each of these problems can lead to bigger, more expensive problems, like rotting wood in your walls and under your shingles… erosion in your lawn and damage to your landscape… And if water builds up along the side of your house, you could end up with a cracked and weakened foundation.
YOUR PERMANENT SOLUTION TO CLEANING CLOGGED GUTTERS:
Copper & Stainless Steel Filtration…
And Matching Roof Pitch Gutter Guard Design
Our revolutionary micromesh instantly attacks oils and organisms that flow from your roof every time it rains. This means you won’t have to worry these destructive elements will impact your gutter guards over time.
Weaving the copper into the micromesh means that both the top and underside of the filter are equally protected.