On Jun 21, 9:36 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
make sure you have angle for the roof and the guards. I had a low
angle roof and the water would run back up into the plywood during a
I had to switch the more open cheaper gutter guard with the screen in
it. so the water would run right through it and not back up.
well i've said this at least 3 times before but i must again...
Leafguard customer service is the pits. I spent $1600 to have these
on my new house and within 3 months i had birds living in 3 corners of
what a mess. Initial installer wouldn't return and Leafguard home
smoke my way until i finally gave up, ripped them all off and threw
I don't see how that is possible. My leafguard gutters have been on my
house for 9 years. Once in a while I peer into a section and they are
spotless. You must have had a hack of an installer or not have real
leafguard gutters. The only thing bad about them is that they are
expensive. If you really have birds in yours please post a picture so we
can see what is wrong with the installation.
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