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Are you having trouble with your gutters, or you simply haven’t gotten around to having a gutter system installed? You’re leaving your home at risk of various exterior issues, but we have a solution! LeafGuard of South Carolina & Upstate Home Exteriors have you covered.
With a LeafGuard gutter system, you’re getting the best rain protection system in the nation, keeping water damage at bay to preserve your home’s foundation and exterior. LeafGuard gutters also incorporate a seamless design that will boost curb appeal for your home, allowing you to enjoy both improved aesthetics and function for your property. This makes LeafGuard the perfect gutter system for homes in the Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson areas.
Guaranteed To Never Clog
The LeafGuard seamless gutter system comes with a clog-free guarantee that promises to make cleaning your gutters a thing of the past, all thanks to a built-in hood that covers the top of the gutter to keep out debris while letting water pass through.
Even the harshest rains are no match for LeafGuard gutters because they also have large downspouts that facilitate water drainage, making it easier for the gutter system to direct water away from your home and eliminate threats of water damage. Call LeafGuard of South Carolina & Upstate Home Exteriors at 864-214-3382 to learn more.
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Imitation Is The Best Form Of Flattery
The LeafGuard® design for a one-piece, debris-deflecting, covered gutter, was so good that many other companies have tried to copy it. Some even advertise their products as “leaf guards” using this generic term to try and gain some of the prestige of the LeafGuard® brand name.
Why We're Better Than Add-Ons
Add-ons have to be installed over an existing or new open gutter. Screens and filters are placed in or clipped or screwed on to your open gutters. Most of the larger hoods, covers, and helmets actually have to be attached to your roof gutter, with screws, nails or glue in order to work.