Gutters: Good, Bad and Ugly
Good: Gutters protect your home from water damage by collecting rainwater from your roof and channeling it away from your home’s foundation, driveway and porches.
Bad: Traditional, open-top gutters also collect leaves and debris. This causes the gutters to clog, leading to ineffective water drainage and potentially severe damage to your home.
Ugly: Clogged gutters can cause widespread damage to your home’s foundation and roof, as well as water staining and even rotting fascia board. Without a leaf-free gutter system, you’ll have to continually risk climbing a ladder to keep your gutters clean.
The Clog-Free Solution
K-Guard is a completely engineered, fully integrated, seamless leaf-free gutter system. No other system can offer the strength, durability, capacity and attractiveness of K-Guard.
Strength: The K-Guard system is built around our patented, high-strength hangers. Made from strong, all-weather polymers and set every 24 inches inside the gutter, these hangers fully support the hood and keep the gutter from sagging, or in any way losing its form.
Durability: The lifespan of the K-Guard system is for the lifetime of the home. Made of heavy-duty aluminum, the base material will not corrode. The coatings on the gutter and hood will last over 20 years, and the patented hangers give our gutters the strength to withstand virtually any weather conditions.
Capacity: Because our gutters are wider than others, our system is able to drain more water than other smaller systems. And since our gutters accommodate the larger, 3×4-inch downspouts, K-Guard easily flushes out any small pieces of debris that may occasionally enter the system.
Attractiveness: In contrast to the sharp corners and vertical faces of most gutter systems, the smooth, seamless, and curved appearance of K-Guard gutters compliments and adds beauty to your home. Ask your local dealer about the variety of colors available in your area.
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