Before Installation: Unsuccessful Guards
Here you can see that this part of the original gutters had a different type of guard on it, but many pieces of organic debris still found its way into the trough.
Before Installation: Debris in Corner
Before our systems were installed, you can see that there is organic debris in the corner of this guttering system.
After Installation: New Gutters and Covers
Here you can see that this homeowner got the Raindrop Pro Gutter Guard and new 6 inch gutters to keep up with higher volumes of water and successfully keep out the majority of organic debris.
Slanted for the Seasons
These gutter guards are installed at a small slant to help with debris like leaves in the warmer seasons, and in winter, it helps sliding ice from the roof slide right off and not get stuck!
Designed to Last
These gutters are made of the same material car bumpers are made from! If a branch lands on this system, it is designed for it to bounce off--not damage or dent the system!
New Downspouts and Outlets
New downspouts and outlets were installed along with the new gutters and gutter guards. These downspouts are twice the size as traditional gutters, and the wide mouth outlets are great for preventing clogs.
Invisible from the Ground
These gutter guards are not only highly effective at keeping out unwanted debris and preventing clogs, but they are also nearly invisible from the ground view! This way, they can protect your gutters without drastically changing the exterior of your home!
Gutters and End Caps
This system also includes end caps! They are great at helping to prevent animals or insects from entering the gutters!
Heavy Duty Material
These gutters are made of a heavy duty aluminum to ensure that they are strong, long-lasting, and designed to withstand many different types of weather!
High Backing on Gutters
These 6 inch gutters feature heavy duty brackets, as well as a high backing to protect the fascia board from the elements!
Absorbs the Heat for the Sun
The dark color of these gutter guards absorbs heat from the sun. In the winter time, this will help with melting off snow and ice!