Fall they are great, never clogged Winter with Snow, you’ll be kicking yourself in the rear They say it’s an insulation issue but I personally believe it’s a design issue Think of the gutters as a bridge, where does ice form fastest on a road, a bridge!Snow will naturally melt from a roof, it has to.
When it hits the gutters, it literally just freezes on the top. They say most of the time it’s insulation issues, it’s design flaws. I had our eaves vents redone, channels done, venting, and even spray foamed the attic furnace room and added an r60 value across the house. It feels better, definitely more efficient for energy saving but hasn’t fixed my gutter issues.
Taking them down this spring for sure.What a waste of money