|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||51 x 3 x 9 inches|
LeafsOut WIDE 7" DIY Micro Mesh Rain Gutter Guard 24 Feet. Install it yourself Gutter Screen Protection Cover System
|Price:||$98.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- WIDE version for larger rain gutters, 7 inches wide
- Keeps out wasps and other pests
- Made out of surgical grade stainless steel and aluminum
- Does not require replacement of existing gutters
- 30 Small holes per inch, keeps out PINE NEEDLES!
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This type of gutter guard can be installed on various gutter types such as Ogee, half round, fascia, curved, box and many types of roofs such as asphalt shingle, wood shake, flat tile, Spanish tile and stone coated steel. LeafsOut's specifications were uniquely designed so that it simply slips under the roof shingles and rests on top of the roof-deck/water-barrier (tar paper) to clamp the gutter guard in place and stabilize its structure. The solid aluminum front fits snug to the front lip of the gutter via three self-tapping screws for each four foot length section. LeafsOut should be installed at the same pitch as the roof (up to a 6/12 pitch) to get the best performance of debris shedding off.
- Eliminates gutter cleaning forever!
- Easy installation Handles over 100 inches of hourly rainfall!
- Fits on existing rain gutters, no need to replace existing rain gutters.
- Barely visible from the ground!
- Fits on virtually any existing rain gutter and roof type.
- Keeps out wasps and other pests
- Filtered water can also be used in rainwater harvesting!
- Will not degrade with exposure to the suns UV rays.
- Does not require replacement of existing gutters!
- Ships FedEX ground and shipping is included
- Includes installation manual and 3 self tapping screws per section
Top Customer Reviews
Update. Five stars now~~ This is fantastic. No pine needles went through or got stuck- heavy rains all summer in Florida and no problems. My handyman is now completing the rest of the front of the house where there is an oak tree with lots of acorns and soon many small leaves, which started
to fall in December. Where it was already finished, it completely protected the gutters. You won't regret installing this product.
i think there is a drawback in the way the product is constructed. The lower edge, the aluminum strip which screws into the gutter, is raised up higher than the level of the mesh, as you can see in pictures. This raised edge seems to snag leaves and other debris and cause the debris to pile up on the mesh (instead of sliding down over the edge as intended) and then water tends to run over the piled up debris and drip over the edge of the gutter. If they had designed the product without the strip being raised i think it would shed debris better. I don't know why they designed it the way they did unless it was just easier to manufacture, or maybe they felt the raised edge helps slow down water which might otherwise be moving too fast to flow down into the mesh as intended -- possibly a design tradeoff between catching debris vs catching water.
another issue is that the product is on the flimsy side compared to competing products. Once it is installed it seems somewhat sturdier, but i still wonder whether it will survive a hit from a large branch. On the plus side, the flexibility of the product makes it easier to install and lay flat under shingles -- I looked at samples of some sturdier, heavier gauge products, and I think they might be harder to install neatly.
All the competing products I looked at, both mesh and solid surface types, also have drawbacks and tradeoffs. My house used to have Gutter Helmet (before i had to replace the roof and gutters) and it was not perfect either, plus with Gutter Helmet you have to deal with their contractor which can raise more issues. It really seems there could be a better DIY product than i have been able to find in the current marketplace.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Installed the 7" wide gutter screen this summer. Just checked my gutters now that all the pine needles and leafs have fallen. Screen is in perfect shape and gutters are clean. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Seniors
Install wasn't really as easy as I thought but does a great jobPublished 11 months ago by L. Schwartz