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More Affordable Price, Same Reliable Performance.

Why Gutter Guards?

A gutter’s job is to prevent damage to your home by diverting water away from it. But gutters can clog with debris, and clogged gutters can’t do their job. Gutter guards keep debris out, helping gutters perform properly. When you protect your gutters with gutter guards, you protect your home.

40 Year Transferable Warranty

A really effective gutter guard should be built to last. After all, we want you to be able to stop cleaning your gutters for good. That only works if LeafBlaster Pro® can withstand more than just a few seasons. We’re confident it will, and every Gutterglove product comes with a warranty to back it up.

Assembled with Care in the USA

Quality is important to Gutterglove®, and the company believes the best way to achieve that is with superior materials assembled right here in the USA. From long-lasting stainless steel to micro-mesh tested against the smallest debris, these gutter guards are assembled with innovative design exclusive to Gutterglove®. The end result is a sturdy, thoroughly tested gutter guard that can withstand anything it comes up against in the environment around your home.

Stop Cleaning Your Gutters With LeafBlaster Pro®

Stainless steel micro-mesh keeps out leaves, pine needles, and roof grit. Mosquitoes, wasps, birds, rodents, and other annoying critters are unable to nest in your gutters.

No Need to Replace Your Gutters

LeafBLaster Pro® installs on any type of gutter and roof, guaranteed.

Will LeafBlaster Pro® gutter guards require maintenance?

Other gutter guard manufacturers may guarantee their product is maintenance free, but at Gutterglove®, we know nothing is 100% maintenance free. LeafBlaster Pro® protects gutters from clogging with debris, but it can still collect on top of the guards. We needed a solution that wouldn’t involve climbing a ladder, so we created one. The Gutter Guard Brush is designed to attach to a broom handle and easily sweep debris from the surface of LeafBlaster Pro®, keeping it performing as promised. The best part is that customers receive the Gutter Guard Brush for FREE when they register their 40-year warranty with us.

Other Gutter Guards Always Over Promise & Under Deliver

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It takes time. Sure, you may only have to clean your gutters two or three times a year (well, more if you live in a wooded area), but when that day rolls around, wouldn’t you just rather not? Depending on the size of your home, gutter cleaning could wind up being an all day chore. That’s a day better spent playing kickball with the kids, going to the zoo, or watching football with friends. Maybe it’s only two days a year, but we could all use two more days to do our favorite things with our favorite people. 

It takes tools. You’ll need gloves, a trowel for scooping debris, goggles, a rake or a broom, and a garbage back. That’s quite a handful to carry up a ladder. Because that’s the last tool you’ll need, of course. It’s also the one that leads us to the next reason you should give up gutter cleaning for good.

It takes risk. Did you know that as many as 500,000 falls* from ladders are reported every year? Around 97% of those occur at home. The truth is that ladders can be unreliable, and every time you climb one, you’re putting yourself at risk. And with all the tools you’ve got to lug up there, it can be an even more precarious position to be in.

It takes money. So maybe you want to avoid climbing a ladder yourself. You might consider hiring a professional to do it for you. How much a gutter cleaning service costs will vary depending on where you live and the size of your home, but the typical range is around $100-250 each time. It may not sound like much in the grand scheme of bills, but $400 a year is a hefty sum. It’s a plane ticket, a couple of grocery runs, or a car payment. And the bottom line is, why spend it on gutter cleaning if you don’t have to? 

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