DIY gutter guards would be the cheapest way to get gutter guards put onto your home. However, the problem with this is that they are very poor quality. These DIY Home Depot systems are required to be cleaned twice per year because debris gets into them as well as they start to fall apart.

An often forgot about question to ask when purchasing gutter guards is the impact they will have on your roof and shingles. Disturbing your roof and shingles, by attaching gutter guards under your first row of shingles, can void your roof warranty and could allow water to penetrate your home causing damage to other areas that would have otherwise remained protected.

Our product is the only micro mesh gutter guard on the market that does not attach to your roof or shingles, does not contain any plastics or vinyl, and does not allow ANYTHING but water into your gutter.

Louver gutter systems, also known as reverse curve, allow all sorts of debris into your gutter system because of the gap that it creates. Wasp and bees also tend to find their way into these type of systems. These systems are good for big debris, but not for pine needles, oak tassels, and maple leafs. Not to mention that these system are also quite pricey. 

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Attaching any kind of gutter protection under your shingles creates two problems:

The first is that it will most likely tamper with your roof warranty. Most shingle manufacturers advise against disturbing your shingles after installation in their warranties.
The second is that systems that attach to your roof will take on the angle and slope of your roof. This often causes these systems to have a lot of overflow because of the speed that the rain water will be coming off your roof.

With us you get a 20 year manufacturers replacement guarantee so you can enjoy the peace of mind knowing that you’ll never have to clean your gutters again.

There are hundreds of different types of gutter guards available to homeowners that fall into 1 of 2 categories:

The first category is DIY products (products you install yourself) and the other is Pro-Installed products (products you hire a company to install for you).

Below is a list of various gutter protection systems on the market

There are dozens of varieties of gutter protection systems available to homeowners and searching for the best gutter guard for your home that will rid of the debris that threaten your gutters can be a daunting task. That's why we are showing you a gutter guard comparison process to assist you with your research. When conducting your gutter guard comparison research, be sure to take into consideration the type of debris you have and the potential impact that the product will have on your roof. 

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