To ensure that new gutters will work effectively over time, some homeowners opt to include gutter guards with the system. Gutter guards comes in all shapes and sizes, but their primary purpose is to prevent leaves, twigs, dirt, and other debris from entering and clogging the gutters. However, there are some drawbacks to gutter guards, especially when compared to the BELDON® LeafGuard® gutter protection system.
Drawbacks to Common Gutter Guards
Most home improvement contractors consider gutter guards an accessory and will therefore charge you extra to include them with your new gutters. And, because they are a separate piece that connects to the gutter trough, there is a potential for leaking to occur from the seam where the pieces connect. So, even though the gutter guards may help prevent gutters from clogging, they may inadvertently allow them to leak.
How Our Gutters Are Superior
If you’re a homeowner in Texas who needs new gutters and wants to ensure they perform effectively for years, you’ll want to know about BELDON® LeafGuard®. This gutter protection system includes a debris-shedding hood that allows rainwater to enter the gutter trough but pushes all debris over the edge to the ground. The design of this system is more effective than others because the hood is made from the same piece of durable aluminum as the rest of the system, meaning:
- You don’t have to pay extra for this protective feature.
- No seam is created, so there is far less risk of a leak occurring.
- Your new gutters will never clog, guaranteed.
Furthermore, BELDON® LeafGuard® gutters contain no seams, which all but ensures leak-free performance.
To learn more about how the BELDON® LeafGuard® gutter protection system is the premium choice for homeowners in Texas, contact BELDON® today.