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Heated Gutter Panel Video

When you have major Ice Dams in the gutters but don’t have a lot of leaves and debris, Gutter Heat Panels are a great alternative. Here are some of the features and benefits:

  1. Powered by NuHeat Self Regulating  Heat Cable to provide Safe, Reliable, Low Cost Perfomance.
  2. Made from Extruded Aluminum to provide great Heat Transfer with Long Lasting Durability.
  3. Heat Cable Embedded in the Aluminum Extrusion and Covered with Durable Paclad to Persevere the Integrity of the Wire for Years.
  4. Low 10 Watts per foot to Reduce the Seasonal Cost of Operations
  5. Variety of Operation Capabilities – Heat Moisture Sensors, Thermostats or Simple On/Off Switch
  6. Safe Operation – GFCI protection plus UL/CSA approvals.

 

 

 

 

 

GutterGlove-Consumers Reports Highest Rated Product

Finally, a non-profit organization has tested and reported on the top professional and diy gutters guards. Results – Surface tensions Gutter Guards allow debris in and do not work well in heavy rains and the foam inserts install easily, but perform poorly when it comes to keeping debris out. The Micro Screen Systems are the winners with Gutterglove getting the highest rating. Micro screen systems work based on capillary action and filter out even the smallest of debris. The 16 month test also show Gutterglove worked best to keep debris from collecting on the screen..

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Madison, WI

Serving all of Dane County, including Albion, Basco, Belleville, Black Earth, Blue Mounds, Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, Dane, Deerfield, East Bristol, Fitchburg, Hillside, Lake Windsor, Madison, Maple Bluff, Marshall, Mazomanie, McFarland, Middleton, Monona, Montrose, Morrisonville, Mount Horeb, Mount Vernon, Oregon, Rockdale, Shorewood Hills, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Utica, Verona, Waunakee, Bayview Heights, Dunkirk, Hickory Hills, Highwood, Mendota, Oakland Heights, Prairie View Heights, Riley, Sherwood Glen, South Madison and Vermont, WI. Call us at 608-226-9152 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Green Bay, WI

Green Bay, De Pere, Allouez, Denmark, Pulaski, Ashwaubenon, Hobart, Suamico, Bellevue, Howard, Wrightstown, Eaton, Humboldt, Morrison, Rockland, Glenmore, Lawrence, New Denmark, Scott, Ledgeview, Pittsfield, Holland. Call us at 920-468-4370 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Fox Valley, WI

Serving all of Outagamie and Winnabago Counties, including Appleton, Oshkosh, Menasha, Neenah, Omro, Winneconne, Bear Creek, Black Creek, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Nichols, Seymour, Shiocton and all surrounding cities. Call us at 920-468-4370 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Racine County, WI

Serving all of Racine County, including Beaumont, Bohners Lake, Browns Lake, Buena Park, Burlington, Caldwell, Caledonia, Crestview, Eagle Lake, Eagle Lake Manor, Elmwood Park, Franksville, Honey Lake, Husher, Ives, Ives Grove, Kansasville, Kilbournville, Kneeland, Mount Pleasant, North Bay, North Cape, Racine, Raymond, Rochester, Rosewood, Sturtevant, Sylvania, Tabor, Thompsonville, Tichigan, Union Church, Union Grove, Waterford, Waxdale, Wind Lake, Wind Point, Yorkville, WI. Call us at (262) 925-1211 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Kenosha, WI

Serving all of Kenosha County, including Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie, Paddock Lake, Twin Lakes, Silver Lake, Bristol, Bassett, Benet Lake, Brighton, Camp Lake, Fox River, Paris, Pikeville, Powers Lake, Randall, Salem, Salem Oaks, Somers, South Kenosha, Tobin, Trevor, Truesdell, Wheatland, Wilmot and Woodworth Wisconsin, WI. Call us at (262) 925-1211 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

 

Can be the cause of Allergies:

When the gutters become clogged, moisture can accumulate. Harmful bacteria may start to grow and spread. This bacterium can seep into the home and may be the cause of serious health problems. Keeping your gutters clean and free from clogs will allow the water to flow freely through the gutter system and evacuate properly away from the foundation. One way to eliminate this problem is to cover them with high quality gutter protection such as Gutterglove Pro, Ultra or IceBreaker. The fine mesh screens will filter everything out of you gutter except the water. Gutterglove can also be an effective first stage filtering system for rain barrels or rain harvesting systems.

Clogged gutters can cause mold, mildew or rotting wood:

Mold and mildew will not form in clean gutters.  If your gutters are clogged water will sit causing mold and mildew to accumulate. Additionally, when your gutter system is clogged water is prevented from flowing down the down spout and will back up and seep out between the gutter and facia. This causes  c the wood on the facia and in the soffet to rot. Eventually this can result in an expensive repair, potentiall costing thousands of dollars. The best way to prevent this is to have high quality gutter guards such as Gutterglove Pro or Gutterglove Ultra installed on your home. This will eliminate any chance of clogged gutters and keep mold and mildew from forming.

Clogged gutters can drown plants and cause disease to flowers and plants in the garden:

Once the gutters and downspouts are clogged there is no place for the water to go except over the gutters. This will leak over the plants and flowers in your garden and may cut off the oxygen necessary for them to live. It can also lead to plant disease such as Crown Rot and Root Rot. Once this happens it is very difficult to revive the plants. Keeping gutters clean will eliminate the excess water and keep your plants and flowers healthy and beautiful.

Rain water can be a healthy way to water your plants and flowers but it must be clean and in measured amounts. You may want to consider connecting a rain barrel to your gutter system and cover the gutters with a fine mesh gutter covers such as Gutterglove Pro or Gutterglove Ultra. The fine mesh will not only keep all debris from your gutters, but will filter the water that goes into the barrel. You can hook up a water hose to the bottom of the barrel and use the mineral rich water to provide the nourishment to your plants as necessary.

Clogged gutters are the perfect environment for termites and insects:

If you have ever experienced termite infestation, you know it can be a nightmare. They eat away at the wood and cause extensive damage, which can result in thousands of dollars in repairs. Homeowners insurance will not cover the damage in most cases. . When the gutters are overfilled with water, the standing water can seep into the walls of a building. Termites as well as other insects thrive in areas with damp wood. Protect your gutters with high quality Gutter Guards.

Can cause the growth of Mosquitoes:

Mosquitoes will reproduce by the thousands in standing water. Stagnant water in unclean gutters is the perfect place for them to breed.  They are known to carry diseases such as yellow fever, encephalitis, malaria and dengue fever. This can be partially prevented by keeping your gutter clean and free form any clogs that may produce a breeding spot. Gutterglove Pro and Gutterglove Ultra screen out all debris that can lead to a clog and allow your gutter system to evacuate water away from the home.


Gutterglove Gutterguard | Madison, WI

Serving all of Dane County, including Albion, Basco, Belleville, Black Earth, Blue Mounds, Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, Dane, Deerfield, East Bristol, Fitchburg, Hillside, Lake Windsor, Madison, Maple Bluff, Marshall, Mazomanie, McFarland, Middleton, Monona, Montrose, Morrisonville, Mount Horeb, Mount Vernon, Oregon, Rockdale, Shorewood Hills, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Utica, Verona, Waunakee, Bayview Heights, Dunkirk, Hickory Hills, Highwood, Mendota, Oakland Heights, Prairie View Heights, Riley, Sherwood Glen, South Madison and Vermont, WI. Call us at 608-226-9152 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Green Bay, WI

Green Bay, De Pere, Allouez, Denmark, Pulaski, Ashwaubenon, Hobart, Suamico, Bellevue, Howard, Wrightstown, Eaton, Humboldt, Morrison, Rockland, Glenmore, Lawrence, New Denmark, Scott, Ledgeview, Pittsfield, Holland. Call us at 920-468-4370 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Fox Valley, WI

Serving all of Outagamie and Winnabago Counties, including Appleton, Oshkosh, Menasha, Neenah, Omro, Winneconne, Bear Creek, Black Creek, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Nichols, Seymour, Shiocton and all surrounding cities. Call us at 920-468-4370 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Racine County, WI

Serving all of Racine County, including Beaumont, Bohners Lake, Browns Lake, Buena Park, Burlington, Caldwell, Caledonia, Crestview, Eagle Lake, Eagle Lake Manor, Elmwood Park, Franksville, Honey Lake, Husher, Ives, Ives Grove, Kansasville, Kilbournville, Kneeland, Mount Pleasant, North Bay, North Cape, Racine, Raymond, Rochester, Rosewood, Sturtevant, Sylvania, Tabor, Thompsonville, Tichigan, Union Church, Union Grove, Waterford, Waxdale, Wind Lake, Wind Point, Yorkville, WI. Call us at (262) 925-1211 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Kenosha, WI

Serving all of Kenosha County, including Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie, Paddock Lake, Twin Lakes, Silver Lake, Bristol, Bassett, Benet Lake, Brighton, Camp Lake, Fox River, Paris, Pikeville, Powers Lake, Randall, Salem, Salem Oaks, Somers, South Kenosha, Tobin, Trevor, Truesdell, Wheatland, Wilmot and Woodworth Wisconsin, WI. Call us at (262) 925-1211 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

 

Clogged Reverse Curve Guard

The Reverse Curve Gutter Guards are the oldest technology dating back to the early 1900’s. Many different brands have incorporated design changes to improve the performance and durability. Water tension, sometimes referred to as surface tension or water adhesion, guides the water into the gutter system. The design requires an opening of ¼” to 1” on the front nose of the gutter cover.This design works well to shed larger leaves and debris but smaller particulates such as seed pods, small leaves and pine needles are trapped in the flowing water and dragged into that opening causing the nose or even the gutter to clog. Additionally it creates an opening where, bees, birds, mice and other small animals build nests, again causing the gutter system to be clogged.

They are made from a variety of different materials such as plastic or aluminum sheet metal. The aluminum products are more durable than the plastics, but are still subject to damage due to falling limbs, hail, or heavy snow and ice.

Clogged Reverse Curve

An area of concern has to do with the installation of the product. Many installers are unfamiliar with proper installation procedures and will nail or screw the product to the roof decking. This often creates Roof and Gutter problems over time and should be avoided.

Reverse Curve products were generally rated fair with Consumers Reports are did not perform well under heavy rains.

Examples of Reverse Curve Gutter Guards: Gutter Helmet, LeafGuard™, Gutter Topper, LeaFree™, Leafproof®

In contract the micro-mesh systems are able to filter out the smallest debris, including shingle grit, which make them the most desirable type of gutter protection systems. Consumer Reports Magazine in September 2010 and May 2011 favored these type of gutter guard because of their ability to filter out debris, in most cases, handled the most amount of water without over shooting the gutters.

The Gutterglove micro-mesh gutter guards were rated the highest by Consumers Reports Magazine* September 2010 and May 2011 issues for for two specific reasons:

•It shed the most debris in the test over 16 months

•It was the only system that stood up to “Severe Flow”

*For the Consumers Report Comparison see the Gutter Guard Comparison section of this website

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Madison, WI

Serving all of Dane County, including Albion, Basco, Belleville, Black Earth, Blue Mounds, Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, Dane, Deerfield, East Bristol, Fitchburg, Hillside, Lake Windsor, Madison, Maple Bluff, Marshall, Mazomanie, McFarland, Middleton, Monona, Montrose, Morrisonville, Mount Horeb, Mount Vernon, Oregon, Rockdale, Shorewood Hills, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Utica, Verona, Waunakee, Bayview Heights, Dunkirk, Hickory Hills, Highwood, Mendota, Oakland Heights, Prairie View Heights, Riley, Sherwood Glen, South Madison and Vermont, WI. Call us at 608-226-9152 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Green Bay, WI

Green Bay, De Pere, Allouez, Denmark, Pulaski, Ashwaubenon, Hobart, Suamico, Bellevue, Howard, Wrightstown, Eaton, Humboldt, Morrison, Rockland, Glenmore, Lawrence, New Denmark, Scott, Ledgeview, Pittsfield, Holland. Call us at 920-468-4370 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Fox Valley, WI

Serving all of Outagamie and Winnabago Counties, including Appleton, Oshkosh, Menasha, Neenah, Omro, Winneconne, Bear Creek, Black Creek, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Nichols, Seymour, Shiocton and all surrounding cities. Call us at 920-468-4370 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Racine County, WI

Serving all of Racine County, including Beaumont, Bohners Lake, Browns Lake, Buena Park, Burlington, Caldwell, Caledonia, Crestview, Eagle Lake, Eagle Lake Manor, Elmwood Park, Franksville, Honey Lake, Husher, Ives, Ives Grove, Kansasville, Kilbournville, Kneeland, Mount Pleasant, North Bay, North Cape, Racine, Raymond, Rochester, Rosewood, Sturtevant, Sylvania, Tabor, Thompsonville, Tichigan, Union Church, Union Grove, Waterford, Waxdale, Wind Lake, Wind Point, Yorkville, WI. Call us at (262) 925-1211 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

Gutterglove Gutterguard | Kenosha, WI

Serving all of Kenosha County, including Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie, Paddock Lake, Twin Lakes, Silver Lake, Bristol, Bassett, Benet Lake, Brighton, Camp Lake, Fox River, Paris, Pikeville, Powers Lake, Randall, Salem, Salem Oaks, Somers, South Kenosha, Tobin, Trevor, Truesdell, Wheatland, Wilmot and Woodworth Wisconsin, WI. Call us at (262) 925-1211 or contact us online for more information on our Gutterglove Gutter Guards, or for a FREE Estimate.

 

Micro-Mesh systems are composed of two basic parts, the filtering mesh and the frame that supports it. The mesh is generally made from either a type 304 or 316 stainless steel with the 316 being a higher quality surgical grade. The frame is made from either extruded aluminum, on the high end to plastic on the low end.  Micro-mesh systems are able to filter out the smallest debris, including shingle grit, which make them the most desirable type of gutter protection systems. Consumer Reports Magazine in September 2010 and May 2011 favored these type of gutter guard systems because of their ability to filter out debris and because, in most cases, handled the most amount of water without over shooting the gutters.

They work based on what is referred to as “water adhesion” or “capillary action”. Simply stated “capillary action” is water attaching to water. When the stainless steel micro-mesh is wet, water from the roof attaches to the water on the screen then simply falls into the gutter. For this to work properly, however, the aluminum frame must be in contact with the mesh at all times. This allows the water to follow a pathway downward into the gutter system.

Examples of Micro-Mesh gutter covers: Gutterglove, LeafFilter, MasterShield and LeafSolution.

The Gutterglove Micro-Mesh gutter guards rated the highest by Consumers Reports Magazine* September 2010 and May 2011 issues for for two specific reasons:

  • It shed the most debris in the test over 16 months
  • It was the only system that stood up to “Severe Flow”

*For the Consumers Report Comparison see the Gutter Guard Comparison section of this website

The reason Gutterglove works so well is because the developers of this amazing gutter guard, recognized that it must work in all conditions and in all types of weather. After seeing how different gutter guards performed in their commercial gutter cleaning business, they could see clearly the gutter guard must be durable and it must keep out all debris. To accomplish this they needed a mesh that would allow a lot of water, keep out all debris and still be strong enough to last 25 years or longer. They settled on 316 stainless steel surgical grade micro-screen that has over 8100 holes per square inch and an extruded anodized aluminum frame that is almost 1/8” thick.

Gutterglove Has The Heaviest Frame

 

 

 

 

Advantages of our thicker support frame:

  • Will never collapse inside your gutter.
  • Will never ‘droop’ down into your gutter.
  • Withstands heavy amounts of debris.
  • Will outlast ALL its competitors.
  • Shapes better to old warped and twisted roofs.
  • Holds its pitch over time so debris sheds always

Dis-Advantages of a thinner support frame:

  • Can collapse inside your gutter.
  • Can ‘droop’ down into your gutter and collect debris.
  • Cannot withstand heavy amounts of debris.
  • Shorter lifespan and may have to replace gutter guard.
  • Does not hold pitch well over time due to fragile construction

 

 

 

 

Advantages of Gutterglove’s Stainless Steel Mesh:

  • Stronger, rigid and more durable than others.
  • Highest fine density wire than any other fine mesh wire gutter guards.
  • Only allows dust and water to pass through.
  • Will outlast other wire mesh gutter guards.
  • More resistant to the weather elements.
  • Will take a heavier impact better.

Dis-Advantages of Other Stainless Steel Mesh Gutter Guards:

  • Tear’s easier. You can actually rip theirs with your bare hands.
  • Some mesh is so fragile, that it tears during the manufacturing process. You can see the mesh is torn and ripped in photos below.
  • Clogs from asphalt shingle petroleum oils on inside and simulated miters.
  • Easily damaged by heavier falling tree debris.
  • Shorter life span.

In our next article “Micro-Mesh Gutter Guard vs. Reverse Gutter Guards

 

Gutters and downspouts clogged? Constantly cleaning your gutters? Have water damage to the foundation or your basement? Do you need a Gutter Guard to eliminate the problem but don’t know which one to choose? Well, you are not alone! There are dozens to choose from and all claim to “Keep Out Debris”.  Getting the right one can be a frustrating, and in some cases a very costly experience.

Pine Needles

So making the right decision the first time not only can eliminate the problem but save you money in the long run. To do it right, however, means you need to do some research and pick the right gutter protection system for your particular circumstances. You also need to consider the reputation of the local dealer/supplier. Even the best product can fail if it’s not installed properly.

There are basically four different types of gutter guards: Micro Mesh, Reverse Curve, Foam/Brush, and Metal/Plastic Screens and each one will perform differently in different environments. For example, a reverse curve gutter cover will not perform well with pine needles, helicopters, or other small debris and the inexpensive metal and plastic gutter screens are only good for temporary protection.

Reverse Curve

So, how do you make the right decision? Here are some factors to consider: The type of gutter guard and how it works, what it’s made of and how durable it will it be over the long term, the type of trees and debris around your home, how close they are to your home, the overall cost of the product with installation, and the reputation of the company you are going to hire.

Over the next few weeks we will consider each of these factors with real life experiences to help you make an informed decision. In our next article we will discuss Micro Mesh Gutter Guards, how they work and how they compare to other Gutter Guards.

 
It’s finally time to announce the new concept I invented for a different way to install a gutter guard. It’s using a double sided acrylic vinyl automotive tape. Installs in 30% less time! Check out video below:

First of all, let’s go over the two standard ways to install a gutter guard. You have the standard screw-in gutter guards and the snap-in gutter guards.
Using screws to install a gutter guard can be clumsy and requires a drill. Using a gutter guard profile that has a ‘snap-in’ feature to connect the gutter guard to a gutter is not reliable and can cause many problems down the road. Below are photos of snap-in gutter guards.
 
Plastic diamond-hole snap-in gutter guard like in the photos above:
This inexpensive gutter guard can be purchased at most hardware stores. It’s tempting for a hardware store buyer to purchase it because of the low price, but it doesn’t perform well at all. Our Gutterglove Dealers throughout North America have removed over 50,000 feet of this type of plastic snap-in gutter guard since 2005 to re-install with Gutterglove Gutter Guard. On the photo to the far right, you can see how the plastic snapping feature failed. Over a period of time, this can happen to most any plastic snap-in gutter guard.
Expanded aluminum roll snap-in gutter guard in photos above:
Often collapses with weight of leaves. Connection system to the ‘underside’ of the front lip of the gutter often is unreliable and slips out. This type of gutter guard ‘tries’ to adhere under the roof shingles, but because of the poor design, it has no support and collapses.

The popular Ramco snap-in gutter guard (it’s only popular because it’s innexpensive):
You can see the snap-in connection point on the front lip of the gutter is not secure at all and Ramco collapses in the gutter.

Expanded steel sections of snap-in gutter guard:
Similar to the aluminum, but this manufacturer thought they would use a stronger metal (steel), but as you can see, they have the same problems. Connection system to the ‘underside’ of the front lip of the gutter is still very unreliable and becomes a collection area for debris. This type of gutter guard ‘tries’ to rest on top of the gutter support brackets, but this is an unreliable form of support as well.
Tape-On Method:
The double sided, rugged, durable automotive adhesive tape is a medium-density, acrylic foam tape with high performance acrylic adhesives which makes it a perfect fit for connecting LeafBlaster to the front lip of a gutter. The acrylic foam tape is characterized by high performance peel and shear adhesion to many automotive, substrates, high internal strength, good conformability and excellent plasticizer resistance.
Typical automotive applications include body side moldings, rocker panels moldings, auto manufacture logos, and claddings, wheel lip moldings, luggage rack slats, wind and rain deflectors, and lightweight rear spoilers.

The rain deflector on the window of the truck on the photo on the left above, was installed in 1999, and this photo was taken in 2011. The truck had over 180,000 miles on it. This tape was exposed to wind, rain, snow and extreme heat conditions, and this plastic rain deflector is just as secure as the day it was installed 12 years ago.

Ford uses this type of tape to adhere it’s plastic logos to the outside of their trucks.

10 Reasons to Use Tape
1. No rust or surface deterioration where LeafBlaster is taped to the top of the front lip of the gutter. Acrylic foam tape use eliminates the concern for rust development and surface deterioration because it requires no drilling.
2. Preserved roof warranties. Roof warranties are often considered void when gutter guards are screwed through their roof shingles with screws. Acrylic foam tape provides field-proven adhesion for many applications without drilling.
3. No holes to patch in the gutter. Sometimes a homeowner may choose to remove a portion of LeafBlaster for whatever reason. By using acrylic foam tape, there is no need to fill holes and repaint surfaces if LeafBlaster ever needed to be removed.
4. No part loosening and vibration. Snap-in gutter guards can loosen, shift and collapse over time. When properly applied, acrylic foam tape provides a reliable, permanent bond.
5. Less labor-intensive installation of LeafBlaster. The use of acrylic foam tape eliminates several steps in the installation process, requiring no screws and less labor by the homeowner.
6. Unique stress relaxation properties. The stress relaxation properties of the tape’s foam core allow it to expand and contract with temperature changes and to compensate for some gutter-to-roof fit mismatch scenarios. The stress forces of our application of LeafBlaster attached to the gutter is not concentrated at the adhesive bond line, but rather dissipated throughout the foam core, providing excellent long-term performance.
7. Viscoelasticity. The acrylic foam tape is viscoelastic, meaning it acts as both a liquid (viscous) and a solid(elastic) at the same time. In its viscous (liquid) state, it flows into microscopic surface irregularities to establish a strong adhesive bond. The elastic (solid) properties provide the internal or cohesive strength necessary to maintain the bond. These viscoelastic properties also contribute to the stress relaxation characteristics of the acrylic foam tape. They allow it to conform to surface irregularities, gaps or mismatch sections in the gutter of where LeafBlaster is installed.
8. Aesthetically pleasing result. Tape use eliminates unsightly snap-in gutter guard designs and screw heads. Surfaces remain clean and smooth.
9. Approved technology. Acrylic Foam Tape works perfectly with LeafBlaster-Connected-To-Gutter applications because of the similar use (metal to metal) that is already approved by automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) worldwide.
10. Tape acts as barrier between disimilar metals. If LeafBlaster is ever attached to a copper gutter, the tape (and the anodized aluminum extrusion of LeafBlaster) acts as a barrier between LeafBlaster and the copper gutter to eliminate chances of galvanic corrosion.
Starting on April 1st, all LeafBlaster Gutterguards will be fitted with the red tape unless otherwise specified.
 

Great News!

I just wanted to give you all an update that Gutterglove is making some positive headway in the media with our announcement of moving manufacturing from China back to the United States. In a time when our economy can hear some good news like this, it’s a nice feeling. Once our first shipment of Gutterglove that is Made in the USA is ready, we will be having special labels on our product line that disclose that. I’m sure you customers will want to know.

We have a 100,000 foot order (Gutterglove Pro Standard) in now with our Southern California partner and it will be ready in about a month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have a strong feeling that consumers will prefer to buy “Made In The USA” rather than “Made In China”, or some other country.

Here is a mug shot of me and the Southern California company that is making Gutterglove. I’m holding a 20 foot piece of Gutterglove! Check it out, if any of you dealers want to experiment with long pieces of Gutterglove, we will be able to provide 10 footers and 20 footers now! The shipping will probably be more, but you can calculate that in to see if that works for you. If you ever got a huge job with tons of straight runs, then maybe it makes sense for you to order 20 footers. Just a thought…

“Proudly Made In the USA”.

 

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