Your home’s gutter system has an important job to do. But when it is all clogged up with leaves, twigs, pine needles or other debris, it cannot do its job.
Clogged gutters are not only unsightly, they can cause damage to your home. But who wants to spend their time cleaning gutters constantly? Gutter Helmet could be the answer you are looking for to keep your gutters clear, but is it worth your investment? We will let you be the judge.
How Gutter Helmet Works
The Gutter Helmet system works with your home’s existing gutters. It is made from a multi-patented design which installs on top of your gutters. With 5/8-inch non-vertical slits and nose-forward design, leaves and other debris cannot get into your gutters. Meanwhile, rainwater continues to flow through the slits where it can freely flow to your gutter’s downspout.
Benefits of Having Gutter Helmet
Clogged gutters can cause a lot of extensive and costly damage to your home and its landscaping. When water cannot drain out of your gutters, it will travel the path of least resistance. Water flooding out of a clogged gutter could puddle around the foundation of your home. Or the water could seep past your home’s fascia and go into your home causing water damage and in some cases dangerous mold.
Gutter Helmet helps prevent:
- Water damage or rot to fascia board and siding
- Leaking ceilings or water dripping down walls
- Mold growth
- Breeding ground for mosquitoes
- Foundation problems
- Wet Basements
- Sagging gutters
- Landscape erosion around the home
Maintaining Your Gutters
Once you have Gutter Helmet installed on your home’s gutters, you will never have to clean your gutters again. Gutter-clogging leaves and other debris is prevented from getting into and settling into your gutters. No more climbing up a ladder to clean your gutters several times a year, especially during or after a storm to prevent damage to your home.
Tired of cleaning or worrying about clogged gutters? Yes, Gutter Helmet is worth the investment! Contact Wyoming Roofing and never clean your gutters again.