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Eavestrough Protection, Leaf Guard, Eaves Covers & Gutter Glove | Toronto

Protecting your eavestrough from unwanted debris can be a never ending task, don't let it get the best of you consider installing an eavestrough protection system!

 
 
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PRLog - Jan. 15, 2014 - TORONTO, Canada -- Eavestrough Protection also known as leaf guard, gutter guard, eavestrough covers or gutter screens are often used to protect your eavestrough from unwanted debris buildup.

Finding the best leaf guard system for your home can be a difficult task especially with the wide selection of eavsetrough protection systems on the market.  There are many gutter guards that work very well but there are also other gutter screens that are not worth spending the money on.  When choosing a gutter guard system we suggest you spend some time researching the product, looking up reviews, consumer reports and private testing results.  The reason for this is simple, there is no point installing a eavestrough protection system if it doesn't work, take your time and make an informed decision!

Part of a properly functioning leaf guard system is the installation process, you can buy the best system on the market but if it isn't installed propertly its function will be jepordized.

What is the best leaf guard system to install?

Depending on the type of roof, the slope of your roof and the type of trees surrounding your home will determine the best gutter cover for your eavestrough.  If your home is surrounded by trees that produces larger leaves a good system to choose would be the Gutter Clean System by Alu-rex or the Pro Guard Series II.  These systems are designed / manufactured in Canada with aluminum and small perforated holes to allow the water to flow freely.  If your home is surrounded by trees that produce pine needles the only system that will work is the Gutter Glove System.  The great thing about the Gutter Glove product line is the variety of selection.

Does Leaf Guard eliminate ice damning and icicles?

There is one system on the market that can eliminate ice build up and icicles from forming on your roof line.  The Gutter Glove Ice Breaker System is engineered and designed with a commercial deicing cable built in to the edge of the leaf guard cover and is installed to you electrical panel.  This will allow you to switch the system on when there is severe icing eliminating icing and damning on your eavestrough and roofline.  Icing causes tention on your eavestrough often causing it to detach from your home causing water overflow, damage and leaking into your roofline.

All in all installing leaf guard can help keep your eavestroughs maintenance free, free of debris, nesting, water clogging and blockage.  The purpose of your eavestrough is to allow rain water from your roof to flow freely to your downspouts and direct away from the foundation of your home.  Keeping your eavestrough protected will protect your home from future damage and annual maintenance.

Find Out more about Leaf Guard Today: www.EavestroughToronto.net

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Source:Exterior Makeover's
City/Town:Toronto - Ontario - Canada
Industry:Architecture, Construction
Tags:leaf guard, gutter guard, Eaves Protection, gutter screen, Eaves Cover
Last Updated:Jan 15, 2014
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