Will The Gutter Cover install on my particular home?

Advantage Gutter Guard™ will work on any roof pitch, from flat to very steep and on any type of roof material, including composition, wood shake, shingle, slate, tile, concrete, metal, and even stone coated steel roofs. Advantage Gutter Guard™ works perfectly on existing gutters, as well as new homes and gutters.

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What technology is Advantage Gutter Guard™ based on?

Advantage Gutter Guard™ keeps your gutters free-flowing by enclosing the gutter system. Because your gutters are completely covered by a mini roof, leaves and debris cannot get in and clog them. Unlike other gutter guard systems with holes to let the rainwater in, Advantage Gutter Guard™ is completely solid so leaves and debris are prevented…

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Preparing Yourself and House for Winter, Part One

It’s something I don’t like to think about but winter is upon us and before we see any weather that can potentially harm our home or even our own well-being, it would be advisable to take precautions now.  So we did some research as to how to prepare ourselves and homes for winter. Let’s start…

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Why You Should Love Your Trees

Well I was drinking a peach-flavored Snapple Tea one day and read the “Real Fact” under the lid.  It stated that a full-grown tree produces enough oxygen to support a family of four.  Another similar statistic from the U.S. Department of Agriculture is that one acre of forest absorbs six tons of carbon dioxide and…

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Rain Gutters – One of the Best Investments to Be Made By Homeowners

We understand the necessity of rain gutters once we know the purpose they serve:  To collect and divert rainwater away from a building’s foundation.  Gutters prevent water from running down the side of a building entering interior walls and seeping into the basement.  Overflowing gutters can also allow water to run over or behind the…

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First Rain Gutters and Now Advantage Gutter Guard™

There is a natural progression to better a product after the initial invention.  Take for example computers.  The first commercially available computers came in the 1950s designed for business functions such as banking and accounting.  These computers were large and took up a lot of space (sometimes entire rooms).  With the invention of the microchip,…

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Heat Cables

So we’ve talked about the cause of ice dams (which has really been a problem this winter) including tips on preventing them and how to break up ice dams.  Now let’s look at another method to prevent water from freezing in your gutters and to keep ice dams from forming – installing heat cables. According…

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Water Damage Prevention: Fixing Sagging Gutters

Why fix a sagging gutter? Often sagging gutters get neglected either because they go unnoticed, or because it is a project that gets placed as low priority as it seems to be simply a slight aesthetic issue. Many are unaware that sagging gutters can damage the integrity of your home. Best case scenario, sagging gutters…

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How To Keep Water Out of Your Basement

Here are some tips for helping prevent a flooded basement. Although we’re past Spring, rain has pretty much continued to frequent our area, at least on a weekly basis. If your basement has the tendency to flood, this is enough to make you shiver. Check your guttering system 623 gallons of water comes off the…

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