LeafGuard gutter guards have been around for a long time. That doesn’t make them the right choice in gutter protection for your home. LeafGuard is considered a “hood-style” gutter guard, meaning there will be a curved top combined with a long slot in the front of the gutter to allow water to enter. Unfortunately, there are many problems with this style of gutter guard, making them a temporary solution at best.
Compare the benefits of LeafFilter versus LeafGuard below.
|Keeps out All Debris|
|Low Profile Design|
|Completely Enclosed System|
|Works with Existing Gutters|
|Lifetime Transferable Warranty|
Large Holes, Gaps, or Openings
LeafGuard gutter guards feature a large opening that runs the entire length of the gutter, allowing debris to enter and clog your gutter system.
Difficult to Clean
Once your LeafGuard gutters fill with debris, you’ll have to contact LeafGuard to clean inside the gutter. This process can be time-consuming – and costly – if the damage is bad enough.
No Clog-Free Guarantee
LeafGuard gutter guards are backed with a warranty that supports routine gutter cleanings. Why? They simply cannot guarantee that the gutter will remain free of debris.
Requires Gutter Replacement
LeafGuard requires you to replace your existing gutters with an entirely new system, which is expensive and unnecessary if you already have gutters that are in good shape.
LeafFilter: There Is No Comparison
There’s no question about it – LeafFilter is the best gutter guard on the market. The proven 3-step installation process combined with a superior product design provide unparalleled protection from the damages of clogged gutters. Even better, with a lifetime, transferable warranty, LeafFilter will provide you with peace of mind that your home – and your family – will be protected for life.
With our lifetime, transferable warranty, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind that your gutters and entire home are protected for life.