01:13PM | 12/14/08
Member Since: 12/09/08
2 lifetime posts
Tired of doing the roof thing 4-6 times a year.I am looking for gutter protection that is good in all seasons. WARNING-- avoid Master shield at all cost. Works ok in spring thru fall except in heavy rain. winter is a disater. Ice forms over cover ,snow on top melts over the gutter and runs down the outside causing large areas of ice on the porch and sidewalks.Can't park the car in my driveway. On going battle with co. to fix problem , they don't return my calls. Local rep left the state. Am looking at Gutter Filter, any comments?


08:17AM | 01/21/09
Member Since: 01/08/09
2 lifetime posts
My gutters used to clog all the time with leaves and pine needles from all the trees around my house. my husband hated getting out the ladder and cleaning them. I finally installed a gutter guard so that we wouldn't have to worry about it anymore. It's called Gutterglove Gutterguard. It's has a stainless steel mesh on an aluminum frame. It looks and feels pretty heavy duty. I ordered it and installed it myself. I am so happy with the way it is preforming. We don't have to clean the gutters anymore. It was well worth the investment and I would recomend it to everyone!


09:10AM | 01/21/09
Member Since: 12/09/08
2 lifetime posts
This produce is just the same as Mastershield. If snow and ice are in your weather belt , be on guard. I had a rep from gutter filter put several sections of his product in my gutter and left Mastershield screens on the remaining gutters. The only place I have no dripping,no ice and no ice cicles are on the gutter filters sections!!!


03:19AM | 03/02/09
Member Since: 03/01/09
2 lifetime posts
I live in North Carolina and although we do not get a snow storm but every few years, I have found that the gutter glove gutter covers work perfectly in all weather, especially for rainwater harvesting, no wonder they have been awarded the best in class award two years in a row, the link to the review of all the gutter products is at:


Globe Jockeys

04:56PM | 11/18/12
Member Since: 06/19/11
25 lifetime posts
I found this new resource recently about gutter guards and wanted to share it.

There is a good comparison, and basically it says:


Gutter cover type guards

Polyethylene Mesh (but not in fire hazard areas)

Hope that helps someone who is looking at getting the fact about gutter guards.


12:30AM | 08/05/13
If you are looking for something in the Australian Market you might want to take a look at Gutter Guard for Installation Service.


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