Cranford, New Jersey
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Leafguard worked well enough throughout most of the year. It

caught most of the water during a rainy day. But if the rain came

down heavy, some water went over the gutter.

The main problem with the Leafguard gutter is in winter. If the

temperature stays around 32 degrees plus or minus a few degrees,

ice forms on top of the gutter cover. Any water coming down goes

over the gutter cover and drips down on anyone standing close to

the house. Also, long icicles form possibly two feet long. It needs

a heating system to prevent this, which is also expensive. That is

why other manufacturers of similar gutter systems with covers

sell heating systems to go with their gutters.

Reason of review: Not as described/ advertised.

Monetary Loss: $1000.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

LeafGuard Cons: Product is inferior.

  • Winter Performance
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