1
How can gutters guards save you money?

Answer: Gutters guards save money in two different ways.

  • Homeownership costs can decrease because gutters guards prevent costly water damage to your roof and inserts the need for a thorough clean-up after storms.
  • Since gutters protect your home from rainwater damage, you’re likely to spend less time maintaining the roof or replacing gutters. And while you’re saving on time and money on these tasks, the gutters will do their job better than without guards because they keep debris out so water will flow freely through them.
2
Why should I keep your gutters clean from debris?

Answer: There are several reasons why dirty or clogged gutters can be bad for your house:

  • Mold can grow in the damp environment, which is a mildew that causes allergic reactions to some people and asthma to others. If it’s warm and moist at a high enough temperature all year round, then mold will grow throughout the year.
  • Debris that blocks your gutters can increase wear on your roof by additional weight needed to push water off the roof because of increased pressure.
  • Dirt build up on the foundation of your home leaves cracks in some cases where water gets into places you didn’t know were accessible before.
3
How do clean gutters protect my home?

Answer: The gutters shape and divert rainwater from the roof away from a building. Gutters usually have downspouts that point to the ground. When this water reaches the ground and enters side channels, it picks up dirt, leaves, branches, pine needles etc. to prevent them coming into contact with your home’s exterior walls. Remember to get your gutters cleaned 2-3 times per year in order to avoid seasonal buildup of debris like ice damming or other structural damage caused by falling trees during storms or heavy windy conditions. Well, unless you have gutter guards, then cleaning isn’t necessary.

4
Do gutters guards save me money on my home?

Answer: Yes. Gutters guards minimize rainwater damage which would include the potential for flooded basements — where you might have higher costs tied to mold remediation. It reduces your home maintenance budget by up to 40% because you’ll lower the price point on things like roof repairs or replacement.

5
How does ice damming happen?

Answer: Ice dams form when snow falls on a roof and melts, but the melted water can’t escape. When temperatures plummet at night, this locked-in moisture freezes and backs up into the lower portions of your home. That leads to roofs with added weight/force that causes structural damage over time due to stress. These area might also collect dirt or insects that you wouldn’t see in normal areas of your house so it’s important to stay on top of ice dam prevention measures once winter approaches and try not to push off repairs too long, or because the proper gutter guards are not installed.

6
Why are micromesh gutter guards better than vinyl?

Answer: While vinyl is usually the traditional choice, micromesh gutter guards are a great option for any homeowner. The strongest and most durable guard available on the market, it’s backed by our lifetime warranty. Plus, it helps protect your home from clogging as is corrosion-resistant to withstand all that rain and snow.

7
What is T-5 Aluminum?

Answer: T-5 Aluminum is a type of aluminum that’s used by the military. T-5 Aluminum often has a thicker wall, which results in a greater strength to weight ratio than other types of aluminum alloys. T-5 is most generally found in aircraft structures, such as substructures and frames for floor beams and fuselage members. It has also been used on spacecraft due to its lighter weight when compared with titanium at about one third the weight.

8
What is considered military-grade aluminum?

Answer: Military-grade aluminum is a term to describe an aluminum alloy that meets the military’s specification for lightweight strength.

The lightest alloys also have too much sputtering damage from atmospheric dispersions or atmospheric conditions where there are large ranges in temperature, humidity and pressure variation; these alloys will suffer at low altitudes, which means they wouldn’t be useful for airplanes. Needing more strength is another issue with those very light weight alloys – they require larger thicknesses to resist bending.

9
Why do we use surgical grade stainless steel for our micromesh screen?

Answer: Surgical stainless steel is a common material that’s used in the medical industry because of its durability. The surgical grade nickel and chromium have been used to produce the alloy “18-8” series with both of these metals adding their respective properties to enhance corrosion prevention, etc. This type of stainless steel is also excellent for our micromesh screens on our gutter guards.

10
Do you offer military discounts for Veterans?

Leaf Pro USA offers military discounts to all active and former military members. Thank you for your service!

11
Do you offer discounts for Senior Citizens?

Leaf Pro USA is pleased to offer senior discounts. Contact us to learn more about our competitive pricing and discount options. Get clog-free gutters backed by the industry’s best warranty. Put away your ladder and stay safe with guaranteed clog-free gutters.

12
Do you have a warranty on your gutter guards?

Yes, we are so confident in our gutter guards, you will enjoy a lifetime warranty. You will have peace of mind knowing that your gutters and entire home are protected for life.

13
Is my Leaf Pro USA Gutter Guard warranty transferable?

Should you decide to sell your home, Leaf Pro USA’s warranty is completely transferable to the next home owner. Our lifetime transferable warranty adds an attractive selling point and incredible value to potential buyers.

1
How can gutters guards save you money?

Answer: Gutters guards save money in two different ways.

  • Homeownership costs can decrease because gutters guards prevent costly water damage to your roof and inserts the need for a thorough clean-up after storms.
  • Since gutters protect your home from rainwater damage, you’re likely to spend less time maintaining the roof or replacing gutters. And while you’re saving on time and money on these tasks, the gutters will do their job better than without guards because they keep debris out so water will flow freely through them.
2
Why should I keep your gutters clean from debris?

Answer: There are several reasons why dirty or clogged gutters can be bad for your house:

  • Mold can grow in the damp environment, which is a mildew that causes allergic reactions to some people and asthma to others. If it’s warm and moist at a high enough temperature all year round, then mold will grow throughout the year.
  • Debris that blocks your gutters can increase wear on your roof by additional weight needed to push water off the roof because of increased pressure.
  • Dirt build up on the foundation of your home leaves cracks in some cases where water gets into places you didn’t know were accessible before.
3
How do clean gutters protect my home?

Answer: The gutters shape and divert rainwater from the roof away from a building. Gutters usually have downspouts that point to the ground. When this water reaches the ground and enters side channels, it picks up dirt, leaves, branches, pine needles etc. to prevent them coming into contact with your home’s exterior walls. Remember to get your gutters cleaned 2-3 times per year in order to avoid seasonal buildup of debris like ice damming or other structural damage caused by falling trees during storms or heavy windy conditions. Well, unless you have gutter guards, then cleaning isn’t necessary.

4
Do gutters guards save me money on my home?

Answer: Yes. Gutters guards minimize rainwater damage which would include the potential for flooded basements — where you might have higher costs tied to mold remediation. It reduces your home maintenance budget by up to 40% because you’ll lower the price point on things like roof repairs or replacement.

5
How does ice damming happen?

Answer: Ice dams form when snow falls on a roof and melts, but the melted water can’t escape. When temperatures plummet at night, this locked-in moisture freezes and backs up into the lower portions of your home. That leads to roofs with added weight/force that causes structural damage over time due to stress. These area might also collect dirt or insects that you wouldn’t see in normal areas of your house so it’s important to stay on top of ice dam prevention measures once winter approaches and try not to push off repairs too long, or because the proper gutter guards are not installed.

6
Why are micromesh gutter guards better than vinyl?

Answer: While vinyl is usually the traditional choice, micromesh gutter guards are a great option for any homeowner. The strongest and most durable guard available on the market, it’s backed by our lifetime warranty. Plus, it helps protect your home from clogging as is corrosion-resistant to withstand all that rain and snow.

7
What is T-5 Aluminum?

Answer: T-5 Aluminum is a type of aluminum that’s used by the military. T-5 Aluminum often has a thicker wall, which results in a greater strength to weight ratio than other types of aluminum alloys. T-5 is most generally found in aircraft structures, such as substructures and frames for floor beams and fuselage members. It has also been used on spacecraft due to its lighter weight when compared with titanium at about one third the weight.

8
What is considered military-grade aluminum?

Answer: Military-grade aluminum is a term to describe an aluminum alloy that meets the military’s specification for lightweight strength.

The lightest alloys also have too much sputtering damage from atmospheric dispersions or atmospheric conditions where there are large ranges in temperature, humidity and pressure variation; these alloys will suffer at low altitudes, which means they wouldn’t be useful for airplanes. Needing more strength is another issue with those very light weight alloys – they require larger thicknesses to resist bending.

9
Why do we use surgical grade stainless steel for our micromesh screen?

Answer: Surgical stainless steel is a common material that’s used in the medical industry because of its durability. The surgical grade nickel and chromium have been used to produce the alloy “18-8” series with both of these metals adding their respective properties to enhance corrosion prevention, etc. This type of stainless steel is also excellent for our micromesh screens on our gutter guards.

10
Do you offer military discounts for Veterans?

Leaf Pro USA offers military discounts to all active and former military members. Thank you for your service!

11
Do you offer discounts for Senior Citizens?

Leaf Pro USA is pleased to offer senior discounts. Contact us to learn more about our competitive pricing and discount options. Get clog-free gutters backed by the industry’s best warranty. Put away your ladder and stay safe with guaranteed clog-free gutters.

12
Do you have a warranty on your gutter guards?

Yes, we are so confident in our gutter guards, you will enjoy a lifetime warranty. You will have peace of mind knowing that your gutters and entire home are protected for life.

13
Is my Leaf Pro USA Gutter Guard warranty transferable?

Should you decide to sell your home, Leaf Pro USA’s warranty is completely transferable to the next home owner. Our lifetime transferable warranty adds an attractive selling point and incredible value to potential buyers.

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