Why LeafGuard Gutters are a Worthy Investment For Your Home
K-style gutters are a classic choice among American homes accounting for nearly 80% of all gutter installations. Now, there’s nothing wrong with choosing the classic route when it comes to your gutters; however, you should know that there is now a gutter system that’s superior to the K-style and that’s the LeafGuard seamless gutters.
In this post, Exterior Source discusses why LeafGuard gutters are a worthy investment for your home.
Why LeafGuard Seamless Gutters?
One of the things that make LeafGuard unique from any gutter system out there is that its unique hood-covered trough. Thanks to this feature, LeafGuard gutters have the ability to be clog-free, allowing water to continuously flow in without the interference of debris and leaves. LeafGuard gutters also have a ScratchGuard paint finish, which is guaranteed not to crack, chip or peel.
Anothe major differerence in comparing LeafGuard to K-style gutters is that LeafGuard gutters are screwed to the fascia board with internal hanging brackets, unlike regular K-style gutters. This makes LeafGuard extremely sturdy. The final feature that sets LeafGuard from the rest is that it prevents damage in the unlikely event it overflows. You won’t have to worry about any damage to your fascia, siding, or roof. To have LeafGuard seamless gutters installed at your home, hire home improvement contractor Exterior Source for the best results.
How Does It Work?
LeafGuard gutters work on a principle known as liquid adhesion, which allows water to cling to the surface they travel across especially if the surface is curved or round. Rainwater passes along the gutter’s curved hood while debris rolls right off the gutter system, keeping it clog free.
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